A few thoughts about one of my worst habits – jumping to conclusions – and why it really isn’t an effective use of our time or energy.
If there’s one thing that never ceases to amaze me, it’s the utterly transformative power of exercise on my mood and disposition. Here’s why:
A personal anecdote about the non-importance of being right, and pretty much the only good thing I’ve taken from Brexit.
A quick quote to help you worry less about what others think.
In the wake of yet another high-profile suicide this weekend, it’s important to reflect on the facts, namely that mental health and happiness truly do come from within.
Here’s how a shift in mindset regarding holidays, trips and vacations, has allowed me to enjoy more with less.
A simple piece of logic, to help you ignore that inner-voice when you need to.
If you’re unaware of the thoughts you frequently have, you’re allowing someone else to drive the direction of your life. Here’s how a little mindfulness and a little analysis can help you take control.
As someone who has been described as the ‘Fun Police’, more than a few times, here’s a reminder of why fun shouldn’t be hard work.
Sometimes, a little maths goes a long way. Here’s a quick percentage technique to help increase happiness, instantly.