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Category Archives: Self-Care
Recently I have (re)introduced a number of daily habits to my life and I feel clearer, fitter and happier – in short – more successful. These new daily habits include 10 minutes planning out my work-day first thing (I’m achieving … Continue reading
What if your inner critic took a vacation? Let me tell you how this idea came about. One of the things that has most helped my personal growth has to been to pay attention to how I FEEL. And it … Continue reading
Quotes are so popular these days and I don’t know about you, but I love them! I find it incredible that a few words strung together can have the power to fill us with wisdom, energy and inspiration! So, here … Continue reading
When your life gets stressful, when you feel overwhelmed, what do YOU do? Well, when I first moved to Canada from England almost 10 years ago and left behind my friends and much of my family, I had quit the … Continue reading
A few years ago I had a client with a loving husband, kids, a home she really liked and a job that while it had its challenges, the pay and hours really suited her. But she felt stuck, frustrated and … Continue reading
Whatever you think of travelling by air these days, one thing I LOVE about plane travel is that once I’m in the air I’m FREE! OK, so I’m strapped and wedged into my seat, but there are NO distractions – … Continue reading
We’ve just passed the Equinox – one of two dates each year when the hours of daylight equal the hours of darkness. This marks a change in the rhythms of nature. And all over the world there are rituals that … Continue reading
This week’s article is not about saying, “No” to things – although that is one option. And it’s not about making time for something else on your busy to-do list. It’s about spending the time you already have a little … Continue reading
We live in a society that believes that facts, science and rationality will solve all our problems, and yet we are still ruled by our feelings and emotions. Suppressing and AVOIDING our difficult feelings simply blocks us from learning valuable … Continue reading