If your spirit as waning and the quarantine blues are starting to kick in… here’s a few questions that might help both you and your spirits to rise.
Does self-isolation and quarantine have you climbing the walls? Here’s a way to escape, without moving from the couch. And it’s free!
Considering just how bleak today’s headlines seem, proclaiming this a time for mindfulness and gratitude might seem misguided at the least. But it really isn’t. Let me explain why…
Struggling to limit screen-time? Here’s some tips from me (and my students) to help you reclaim your time and attention.
According to Jim Kwik, these three Ms are the key to making lasting change (and becoming limitless!) Read on to consider whether yours are in place or M.I.A.
How many of us avoid taking action because we’re afraid of failure? Read on to hear why boredom, not failure, might actually be a worthier opponent.
If our minds are always eavesdropping on our self-talk – listening, absorbing, applying and acting on them – perhaps it’s useful to ask: is that self-talk good enough?
As we come towards the end of January, ask yourself this: how much of what you’ve done or changed this month has really mattered? Are you working on the hard stuff, or the easy? If procrastination is a problem… this will help.
Goals and dreams are all well and good, but it’s easy to become so focused on where you’re going that you forget to notice how far you’ve come. Here’s a reminder of why sometimes, you actually need to look back.
At times, we all feel like life is a battleground – us against the world. Often though, the problem isn’t the world. It’s the limiting thinking habits we’ve practised and strengthened. Perhaps it’s them we should be fighting…