Accidental wellbeing is situational.
Intentional wellbeing is strategic. Continue reading “How To Make Wellbeing Less Accidental & More Intentional”
This post may just cause you to realise that some of those things which forever seem to be just outside your grasp, are perfectly within your reach.
365 days is a long time to wait for the opportunity to reassess or recommit to what we want for our lives…it’s a long time to wait for anything! Continue reading “What If All You Had Was 30 Days?”
I’ve been balancing my life these past few months by intentionally doing more. Who even says that?
Click-baiting I am not, but the books listed here have the potential to change your life. Fact. Continue reading “Top 12 Books for Personal Growth in 2019”
This is to remind you of your seemingly insignificant achievements.
This year I was somewhat surprised to realise it was December. Continue reading “4 Simple Strategies To Make Christmas Happen”
Showing appreciation, being thankful and having an attitude of gratitude are features we increasingly see on wellbeing and personal development sites. It’s borderline #trending but why do we need to be reminded to say thank you – aren’t we all already doing so?
Recently I made time to watch the BBC documentary which I’d seen mentioned a lot on my social feeds: Stacey Dooley Investigates Fashions Dirty Secrets.
LAGOM came on my radar last year, but it was not until recently that I became aware of its meaning. Continue reading “Life Balance The Lagom Way”
Exercise: like it or loathe it, for many it remains one of the things in life they’d still like to get a handle on.
The difference between the holiday we hope for, and the one we experience, is the degree to which the reality meets not just our expectation, but that of all those on holiday with us. It’s a tall order! Is balance even possible? Continue reading “Holidays: Expectation Vs Reality”
We think we’re not enough because we see others doing so much more with their life and we can only just make it through the day.
Continue reading “How To Live Knowing You Are Enough”
Upgrading our thought health means we align our thoughts with experiencing life AS IT IS, not using the old software of the past. It means we are deliberate in overwriting unconscious thought patterns that have been the operating system of our lives.
People are gradually waking up to the idea that we are not our thoughts; there is us, and there are the thoughts we think. In recent years, I have ‘woken-up’ personally i.e. I have begun to see the world with a different level of conscious awareness.