Tips for Managing Anxiety During COVID-19 and Beyond

If you’re starting to feel the overwhelm of all the recent news, you’re not alone. The feeling is literally global. People are taking different views, some are panicking, some are minimising – both are potentially responses to fear. We know when we go through a prolonged period of stress, our brain and body will feelContinue reading “Tips for Managing Anxiety During COVID-19 and Beyond”

A Guided Meditation for Difficult Times

However you’re feeling right now, it’s valid. If you’re frustrated or scared, if you feel you or other people should be doing more or less, it matters. If you want things to be better, that’s important. If you wish things weren’t as they are, it counts. And this is what makes us so beautifully human:Continue reading “A Guided Meditation for Difficult Times”

Monday Mojo – Risk Forward

How do you cope with not knowing?  In a digital age where we can have answers at our finger tips, there’s something unsettling about situations where we just. don’t. know.  21st century living has been described as VUCA:• Volatile• Uncertain• Complex• Ambiguous.  One of the reasons, Margriet Sitskoorn explains, may be that on a daily basis, weContinue reading “Monday Mojo – Risk Forward”

Monday Mojo – Drop the Rock

Have you been beating yourself up lately? It’s easy to fall into the trap of perfectionism:• Questioning your decision-making• Saying yes when you mean no• Setting your sights on getting it right, all the time And when we feel we’ve fallen short, lost our way, or slipped up somewhere along the line, we throw rocksContinue reading “Monday Mojo – Drop the Rock”

Monday Mojo – Return to Simplicity

How complicated does your life feel today? If you can sit back where you are in a joyful glow that life is a piece of cake right now, then genuinely that’s wonderful. Please celebrate the win with at least one cup of tea and a rich tea biscuit. (Gretchen Rubin explains why it’s scientifically importantContinue reading “Monday Mojo – Return to Simplicity”