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5 ways to Mental Wellbeing

We all have a sense of when we feel mentally and physically well. But sometimes we need extra support or a gentle nudge to look after our mental wellbeing so that we keep well. The New Economics Foundation has assessed the latest scientific evidence and created a set of simple actions to improve mental wellbeing […]

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Why Journal? Wise Words from Jim Rohn

I wouldn’t be without my journal – specifically my version of a Bullet Journal  (see my earlier blog post here – My Journey into the Bullet Journal.  So I was really pleased to come across this passage from the late, great Jim Rohn today which really spells out nicely the benefits of keeping a journal […]

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Is a Limiting Belief Holding You Back?

Have you had a goal for some time but don’t seem to be making any progress towards achieving it? Maybe you feel like you are lacking motivation? The reason for the lack of movement may be a belief issue – in particular, a limiting belief. Beliefs can be so strong that they impact upon our […]

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New Year’s Resolutions

New Year’s Resolutions – Going Small is Good

Why do we have a tendency when setting New Year’s resolutions, to make them big and vague? Did you know that the word “Resolution” has its roots in the 14th Century.  In Old French it means “breaking into parts”, or from the Latin “resolutionem”, meaning the process of breaking things into simpler forms. This year, […]

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Watership Down – A Hero’s Journey

Watership Down – more than just a story about rabbits! I was reminded this week with the announcement of the death of Richard Adams of one of the favourite books (and later films) of my childhood – Watership Down. Of course, I didn’t realise it at the time, but this is another story influenced by […]

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TOTE: How to Stop yourself going round in circles

At the weekend, I spent an enjoyable day at the Silverstone Classic motor racing event.  We watched all manner of classic vehicles parading and racing around the track.  Watching the old formula 1 cars, it struck me how the race could represent a metaphor for life. How often do we find ourselves going faster and […]

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Goal Setting – A PROCESS

I work with individuals every day who want to…. Start something Stop something Want more of something Want less of something Want to develop new habits Want to give up old habits The possibilities and permutations are endless! What they all have in common is that they want to move from where they are now […]

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Bullet Journal Notebook

How to organise time: My journey into the Bullet Journal

  Analogue planning in a Digital Age – How I became a Bullet Journal junkie I’m a bad juggler (literally and metaphorically)!  Lots of different projects on the go at the same time with different priorities often leading to feelings of not knowing where to start or where to place my focus.  The result – […]

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