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Category Archives: Confidence & Authenticity
We are all inspired by someone so why not let that someone – BE YOU! Answer these 5 Fab Questions to Help You Become an Inspiration to Yourself! Explore these questions and journal around them to bring even more inspiring qualities into … 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
How ‘Do What You Love’ Sets Us Up for Disappointment – and What to Do About it! I have an issue with the current self-help meme that encourages people to “do what they love”. How many times have you heard: … Continue reading
In my late teens, I had a friend who dated a rather angry man. One of the stranger things he did was pour an entire kettle of boiling water into his mother’s handbag. I remember how calmly she told me. … 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
I know it’s not just me. We all lead such busy lives – and all too often we simply don’t take enough care of our ‘selves’. We may make a priority of taking care of others and/or our careers, but … Continue reading