It’s nearly that time of the year again when some start to think about spring-cleaning or decluttering. Those piles of paper that we’ve grown so used to (but they’ve grown too), the rooms bulging at the seams with countless toys... Read more »
Don’t know if you find the same, but isn’t it easy to find that you rush around, doing lots of jobs, seeing to all your responsibilities and then find you have no time left over for you? Or if you... Read more »
I was reading recently the sadly now defunct ‘Change One Thing’ scheme from Boots the chemist.
It covered getting healthier, losing weight, stopping smoking, looking great and feeling happier, and included information, tips and worksheets, the opportunity to pledge the... Read more »
It’s at this time of the year that many of us think about what we want to change – looking at how our life is and how we can make it better.
I’ve certainly come across lots of people recently... Read more »
I caught a television programme this week about Life Coaching. It made interesting viewing, though not all for the right reasons.
Two Life Coaches and two sceptics were invited to tell their side of the story – how effective (or... Read more »
Happy New Year! I hope this year turns out to be a happy, healthy one where you can really achieve the things you want to achieve.
Sorry it’s been a while since my last posting, but the events of Christmas... Read more »
This week I’ve been writing about the limiting beliefs that many of us hold about ourselves – those things we believe to be true that hold us back from feeling truly fulfilled and happy.
One of mine is the drive... Read more »
I’ve 3 things to tell you about today….
Our two children have been regaling us with seasonal jokes they’ve learnt from their Christmas productions: “What’s the wettest animal in the world?” “A reindeer!” “What do you call a reindeer with... Read more »
Don’t we have the most incredible weather in the UK?
I’ve just driven back from leading a meeting at the David Lloyd health club, and been buffeted by strong winds and lashing rain. Yet this morning, I was squinting whilst... Read more »
This week has seen the funeral of a next door neighbour following her battle with Alzheimer’s, a much-needed hip replacement operation for my mother, and a visit to a usually energetic friend who’s struggling with chronic fatigue syndrome.
All reminded... Read more »