Monday Mojo – Identify Your Signs

How do you know when you’re reaching your tipping point? Pretty much everybody has one. Unless you have the composure of someone like Pema Chödrön, chances are there will be times when it feels like situations are getting on top of you. For some people, stress is caused by too much pressure:• Workload• Demands onContinue reading “Monday Mojo – Identify Your Signs”

Managing a Noisy Mind: Three Top Tips for Calming Anxious Thoughts

This article was written before the coronavirus outbreak. An article specific to COVID and anxiety is here. A certain amount of anxiety is normal. When you’re preparing for a presentation at work, or need to have a difficult conversation, it’s normal to have a healthy anticipation which allows you to plan what you’ll say, andContinue reading “Managing a Noisy Mind: Three Top Tips for Calming Anxious Thoughts”

Monday Mojo – Define Your Limits

How do you know when you’ve had enough? Some people have some early warning signs. They might: • feel grumpier than usual • feel like hiding • sigh. A lot.  In the Shambhala teachings, this is sometimes referred to as “meeting your edge”. It’s that moment when you realise you’re reaching your limit, and that whatContinue reading “Monday Mojo – Define Your Limits”

Monday Mojo – Tap into Wisdom

How’s your intuition these days? Your spidey-sense.  Your inner wisdom.  Your gut.. ..and what’s it telling you? We are built to be “in tune” with our environment. Our body was designed to know when it’s time to go to sleep (before technology did its best to put a stop to that). It’s how we canContinue reading “Monday Mojo – Tap into Wisdom”

Happiness is not where you might think it is

In my workshops I talk about happiness, that being the real meaning of it. I talk about how shops and online retailers will have us believe that in order to be happy, you need what they have. This image arrived in my inbox today, and is a perfect example of this. The only problem is,Continue reading “Happiness is not where you might think it is”