I think we all get to a point in our life where we stop and wonder, to ourselves or another, what am I doing with my life? Let’s chat about that.
Is it time for change? If you think it might be, let’s take a look at how we can encourage fresh growth at a pace appropriate to you.
You can use hobby projects to keep motivated, get past burnout, & receive tangible results. Think outside the box for your hobby projects! Find out how!
My 2019 Goal Roundup and Resolutions for 2020. Includes tips on how to stay motivated and achieve your own goals!
We are well in to 2019 now so what better time to take a look at how things are going for those resolutions you set yourself 6 months ago?
Ensure you achieve your goals by creating a strong foundation build upon – or fail like so many others! Find out how, here.
Daunted by the prospect of failure? Concerned things might not work out? These 5 tips for overcoming your fear of failure are what you need in your life.
In my recent blog post about the January Blues I gave some ideas to help you avoid them (which you can read here). But the reality is some people might not realise they have them. It’s important that in our often busy and hectic lives that we take a moment to check in with ourselves to see how we are really doing – not just the “yeah, good” we say to someone at work when they ask.
From decreasing stress, to improving flexibility and giving you a better sleep quality, the benefits of regularly undertaking a session of yoga is quite lengthy. Increased immunity, increased strength and stamina, improved blood flow. It almost seems that there is no reason why everyone shouldn’t be doing it! Indeed I’m not sure that I know anyone who has a bad word to say about it. I’m also not sure I know anyone who actually does it. I’m often found to be giving it praise, however. Especially for someone who no longer does it.
It is that glorious time of year when (some) people make resolutions about how they are going to change their life’s over the coming year. Often related to fitness, and often failed within the first few months, resolutions and goals are often unattainable.