If you’re a people-pleaser like me, you’ll likely go to any length to avoid letting people down. And yet actually, that’s exactly what you – and I – should do more of. Here’s why:
Are your predictions about the future wrapped in a sense of panic, anxiety and impending doom? Here’s a different perspective from Mel Robbins that might just help.
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?
Before we open the doors to 2020, I suggest that you take a moment to stand still and appreciate the best (and worst) of 2019. After all, you’re worth it.
A month after I wrote about seeking discomfort in my life, here’s what I’ve been up to and the impact made.
Are you waiting, wishing or searching desperately for that ‘aha’ moment, when your life’s purpose suddenly becomes clear? Stop. And do this instead…
If you’re always in your head, predicting the future – and it’s always bleak – here’s a quote to pull you back to reality.
Some thoughts and reflections following Jiu Jitsu, and a realisation that my defensive behaviour is a habit that stretches far beyond the mats…
Here’s why I’ve changed my mind about what constitutes a ‘full’ day.
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.