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Category Archives: Balance & Vitality
Here are some new ideas to take better care of ourselves – and be happier. These 10 Rules will Help You Be Happier in Life! Explore these ideas and journal around them to learn even more. If you liked this graphic, you may … Continue reading
It’s now June and Summer is just around the corner! Use this beautiful season to tidy up and take care of yourself. These 7 Projects Will Help You Get Focused and Organized this Summer: Which of the projects below most appeals … Continue reading
Spring has sprung (at least it has in the Northern Hemisphere) so it’s a great time to start spring cleaning our homes and lives! Answer these 7 Coaching Questions to Help Spring Clean Your Life! Explore these questions and journal around them to give … Continue reading
As we head towards the end of the year, the reducing hours of daylight (for those of us in the Northern Hemisphere) focus us inwards. It’s a great time to pause and reflect – in preparation for our annual goal-setting. … Continue reading
We made this graphic for you because Summer is here – for those of us in the Northern Hemisphere at least! It’s so easy to get caught up in busy-ness instead of enjoying the weather, slower down and relaxing. … Continue reading
When something goes wrong, do you (or does someone you know) get fixated on asking “Why?”, “Why me?” or “Why now?”. Is it driving you nuts? Well, you’re not alone. It’s something I see a lot, and it’s easy to … Continue reading
In the 1970s a scientist called Bruce Alexander wanted to show that living conditions cause addiction and not the drugs themselves. So he built Rat Park – 200 times the size of a standard laboratory cage with lots of food, toys … Continue reading
Sometimes when we’re having a busy or stressful day, we don’t feel like we have the time to take a break. But what if a 2-3 minute breathing meditation could calm you just enough to slow down and help you … Continue reading
When we allow ourselves to get interrupted, what we’re saying is that the interruption is more important than what we’re currently doing. That’s why it feels icky when a friend, colleague, boss or store assistant we’re talking with stops to … Continue reading
Earlier this week I came across an article on Voluntary Simplicity. I realised this is what my husband Duncan and I have been doing over the last 12 years or so – without realising it! So I did some … Continue reading