It’s so important to explore your feelings. I write about this often because the way I see people changing is through ‘feeling work’. I’ve not seen it work many other ways. I know that if you hold down a demanding job and/or life you think that going into your feelings is dangerous territory. You’re scared you’re … Continue reading Exploring your feelings is the key to success in life + work.
If becoming self employed is the new 9-5, how do we emotionally cope with the toil of this chosen path? According to a 2014 survey by Harris Poll and CreativeLive (read full report here) 67% of employed millennials (18-34) want to leave traditional employment and become self-employed. Being your own boss sounds like a dream, … Continue reading How to Cope with the Stress & Anxiety of Being Your Own Boss.
Happy New Year! I took a break from writing for a little while, as I needed to focus more on refilling my own cup and a lot less on putting things out into the world. The perfect respite to this basically involved doing as little as possible. Fittingly, my first post back is about living … Continue reading How to live life to the fullest.
Stress is a big deal. Bupa studied 100,000 people in the U.K. and discovered that 1 in 4 of us feel stressed constantly, and 44% of us suffer from stress. Unfortunately stress is also a normal part of our lives, so it’s important that we find a way to manage it. Here are some suggestions … Continue reading
We often talk about setting boundaries in relationships. They are vital. They’re the bread and butter of healthy relationships. It’s about saying “no”. It’s about stating your bottom line. It’s about making sure you’re clear on how you want to be treated, and where necessary, backing this up with clear action. I also think so … Continue reading
I think that experiencing pleasure has become an act of rebellion in our society. We often discount spending time lustfully enjoying food; telling silly stories with our friends; or hanging out with our families or partners. It’s considered a waste not an effective use of time. So many of us sadly have so much guilt … Continue reading