Have you identified a word of the year for 2021? It’s a great little tool to help you to remove some of the overwhelm that inevitably comes when you consider ALL the things you want to achieve at the beginning of a new year. Especially after the year we’ve just had…
here it is – your top ten recipes from me for 2020. There are some common themes: simple, slow-cooked, garlicky and gut-healthy! But, not all together at the same time. I wouldn’t do that to you!
Good breathing keeps your nervous system in check. It’s a great way to manage stress – especially when you know how to do it properly. And when you start a good breathing practice, you may find your anxiety levels decrease!
At the pointy end of this crazy and weird year, a good time to practice being a smidge more present. Not worrying about yesterday. Not brooding about what’s around the corner. These are two of my simple tricks.
You’d think the things living with a chronic and painful skin disease like Hidradenitis suppurativa would have been all bad. But they’re not. Some are good. Some are even very good…
How to stay sane over the holidays with the tips I actually use myself from my arsenal of healthy rituals and hacks. Especially for this crazy year that is both speeding by and taking its sweet time…
Action precedes motivation – One life-changing perspective. Really!
Might you have had it wrong all these years? Have you been thinking that motivation drives action?
We’re heading into the silly season. A time of added stress. So today, a nifty little technique that you can use whenever that feeling of overwhelm hits you (and you can do this anywhere). It’s one of my favourites.
Are you a people-pleaser like me? Do you experience an emotional need to please others even at the expense of your own needs? I get it. And I get that it isn’t easy to stop being one, too. This is for you.
How to practice the pause – a pause is a temporary rest. It’s also a very useful tool to help you manage stress and practice mindfulness. Learning to practise the pause can help to prevent you from jumping to hasty conclusions or making choices that don’t serve you.