Sometimes life feels so busy that it is only a matter of time before one of the many plates in the air comes crashing to the ground. If you feel the need to slow down, here are a few ways to make a difference.
The festivities are well and truly over, new year’s resolutions have been made (and may or may not still be being stuck to), the weather is pretty miserable and for many people it’s a time when they feel a bit down. What can you do to beat the January Blues?
Lots of people have made different resolutions for 2018, but how about keeping it simple and resolving to be kind?
Have you made resolutions for 2018? If so, how much do you want them to come true and how likely do you think it is that you will keep to them? It’s a dilemma that most of us face when it comes to making changes. Here are my top tips for making resolutions that you can stick to:
This time of year can be stressful for all sorts of reasons, and my clients often ask how to manage their behaviour around omnipresent of food and drink. Here are my top tips for how to start changing your relationship with food. It doesn’t have to wait until the new year!
Many of my clients and friends would be the first to admit that they have a complicated relationship around food and have spent years on diets that don’t work in the long term; so how about trying a new way of eating?
I know what it’s like, we’re all busy and have commitments that pull us in different directions: work, family, friends… However, how much time do you actually spend looking after yourself?
Many people take pride in their ability to multitask, but new research shows that monotasking (i.e. only focusing on one job at a time) is more efficient. Multitasking uses more energy apparently, and you become less, not more, productive each time you mentally change gears to switch from one task to another. Here are my top tips to be more effective by monotasking.
Maybe you want to make changes to your life, but you are not sure where to start. First of all, ask yourself where you want to be. Think big. What have you always wanted to do?
Confidence is an elusive trait. It can seem that some people are born confident, while you yourself struggle with seemingly simple situations. You’ve all heard of faking it until you make it, but what other steps can you do to build confidence?
Life seems to run at a frenetic pace these days, and it is little surprise that many people can feel overwhelmed. However, it is possible to regain more control over what is happening by making a few small changes to free up more time.
New research suggests that allowing children to see their parents struggle or fail to complete tasks will help them build their grit or resilience.
Do you find it hard to make decisions? Do you find a constant roll of ‘what ifs’ going around and round your mind? How can you tame your mind and the ‘what ifs’ to help you spend your energy more positively?
The summer is drawing to a close, although the weather is still lovely. Why is it that no matter how relaxed you are while you are away on holiday, or even after a couple of days of good weather, the feeling never seems to last that long?
A frequent source of conflict is others not behaving as you think they should. It can be infuriating and a huge cause of stress. Many of us set about trying hard to change the other person, or get in a huff about how unreasonable they are. Does this sound familiar?
I'm a Personal Coach who loves finding out about what makes people tick and helping them to make the changes necessary to get to where they want to go.