Category: Reflection

26th April 2021

Finding Your Flow in 5 key Steps

Have you ever noticed when you are rushing around getting through your to-do list and doing all those things that you committed to doing, that you are almost doing things in a “going through the motions” sort of way? And when you think about it, you are less present in the moment and more present in your thinking around the next place you need to […]

19th April 2021

The Beauty of Being in the Present!

I have started to talk about this a lot recently. Over time I have recognized that there are many benefits to being present once we settle into a practice of behaviours that support us with that. It can be hard to get out of our heads at times and to keep ourselves, mind and body, in the present moment. And yet by working to be […]

12th April 2021

What to Do About Overthinking in 5 Key Steps

Do you ever find yourself in a complete tailspin of overthinking? Do you recognize those days when it’s just hard to switch off the mental treadmill of thoughts? When you wish you just had stillness and calm instead? It can be hard to know what to do when feeling like that. Some people have a range of things that help them, like meditation, exercise, reading […]

22nd February 2021

Your Personal Growth Plan in 4 Easy Steps

The concept of personal growth can feel nebulous at times. Finding ways to look at our own personal growth journey in a concrete way can be a challenge. And yet the beauty of ongoing personal growth is that it significantly supports our levels of wellbeing, our capacity to reach our true potential and feeds the human need to evolve, learn and grow. So, what does […]

24th January 2021

Your 10 steps to Positivity

How to Build a Pattern of Positive Thinking – Your 10 Steps to Positivity Do you recognise that your thinking can be negatively focused sometimes? Do you recognise that this negative thinking cycle can then have an impact on your mood? Do you feel stuck on knowing how to manage this negative thinking cycle? What if I told you there are a range of straightforward […]