When we fall short of goals, it’s natural to focus on the negative: what we didn’t do, didn’t achieve. Chances are though, that you’ll have made some progress, simply in the attempt. Be sure you don’t miss it.
As the high range of emotions of the last few months begin to level out, here’s why I’m left agreeing with an old cliché…
If much of what you know has fallen from certainty (because 2020) here’s some words that will hopefully provide some comfort…
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:
Struggling with the intensity and unpredictability of your emotions? Here’s some words that might help.
At a time of cancelled gigs and postponed parties, here’s how we can re-value what really matters: the beautiful ordinary.
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.
Desperately seeking happiness? Stop. And try this instead!
Today’s blog will help you to change your nouns into verbs, specifically considering: “How I can ‘do’ BOLD right now?”
Warning: increased confidence and action ahead!
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.