Category Archives: Coaching

My guest post on Julie Davies Flower Workshops blog

Does ‘me time’ sound like an oasis in the desert to you? Well, it doesn’t have to be. It’s easy to put your own needs at the back of the queue and find yourself running on empty, especially if you’re a Mum. Most of us don’t take enough time to nurture our hobbies or give […]

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Take time to reflect this Christmas

Seems obvious I know. But it’s easy to overlook the importance of taking time out from Christmas planning, visits to Santa and seeing family and friends to stop and reflect. It’s a great feeling when we allow ourselves to take a step back and think about the goals that we set for ourselves in 2017 – whether […]

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Create work-life-family balance with a Family Inspiration Board

At New Year we often dream of starting the year afresh, with good intentions and lofty resolutions. But in reality many people will have begun 2017 with a feeling of discontent and with their work-life-family balance already out of whack. A Family Inspiration Board can help to lift the spirits and give some balance to your year. A […]

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I’m in April’s Psychologies magazine

This month I’m featured in the April edition of Psychologies magazine. The magazine features an 18 page dossier on Mindfulness, which has a directory of ten life coaches who can help people on their mindful life journey. I have been developing a mindful approach to life and to how I run my business. Particularly in relation to maintaining boundaries between […]

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Beat procrastination with your 3 daily MITs

Procrastination. We all do it. Whether we fritter hours on Facebook, make endless cups of office coffee, fiddle with tiny tasks or do chores instead of working in our home office, it’s how we avoid tackling the bigger tasks or projects. We all have days we’ve lost our mojo for a project – often because there are […]

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