Tag: self care

Mindfulness: It’s The Thought That Counts

We have thousands of thoughts a day. It’s been suggested we have between 12,000 to 80,000 thoughts, which could be as many as 2,500 an hour. According to some articles up to 85% of the thoughts we have are negative, and 90% are repetitive….

Monday Mojo – Savour the Journey

What’s the pace of your life right now? Sometimes, when life is busy, we can find ourselves on a different path, than we planned to travel down. People or events may steer us in an unexpected direction. We get swept up. We lose our way. Sometimes…

Setting Boundaries: Why Your Personal Ground Rules Matter and How to Make Them

If you’ve ever attended a professional training course, you’ll know the first thing the teacher usually does is set the ground rules for the day. These almost always include respecting each other’s opinion, and switching off your mobile ‘phone. But how often do you…

Seasonal Self-Care – taking care of yourself at Christmas (and beyond)

At this time of year, self-care and setting healthy boundaries with yourself, family and friends are important. Here are some ideas of how to take care of yourself this Christmas (and beyond): • Create positive space as much as possible, keep your mental health…

Monday Mojo – Recharge Yourself

How are your energy levels today? Around this time of year, a lot of people find their batteries are running low. It usually means: You’re smiling through the tears. Gritting your teeth. And the cup of care is nearly empty. Things that normally wouldn’t bother…

Online Services and Resources

If you’re nervous about attending an event or booking a 1-1, you might like some of my resources and services available to purchase and access online. I also offer telephone appointments for £25 (for 50 minutes) – initial consultations are free. These include: Click…

Monday Mojo – Be Kind to Yourself

Monday Mojo – feel-good motivation for the week ahead: Be Kind to Yourself Have you noticed how often we beat ourselves up? How many times you say sorry, when it’s not your fault, or blame yourself when something goes wrong, even though you couldn’t…

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