You Are Not Alone

Every woman that I coach has different life experiences, different ambitions and different challenges. Yet so many of us face the same mindset barriers and fears when it comes to getting the things that we want and living a life that feels good. It can feel lonely...

Are you feeling patient even when your child has a meltdown?

For this week’s blog I have a guest contributor, Emily Jolliffe of Get Clarity: Let Go, who is focusing on maintaining our mental health as parents. Emily support parents of autistic children who feel like they’ve tried everything to help their child go with the flow,...

Freedom, responsibility and overcooked eggs

I would like to introduce you to Alex Siegling, the man in my life. He is a 30 year old paramedic in the American city of Buffalo, and in the last ten years he has been a ballet dancer, a power lifter, a bartender, a personal trainer and a gym owner. He plays...

Waking up is not the start of your day…

Here is a hack that a number of my clients have found helpful when figuring out their routine and how to fit in time for themselves: If you are a parent of young children, your day does not start when you wake up. What starts when you open your eyes is your...

Reward yourself!

A friend of mine went through something really difficult last week that had been looming for some time, and she got through it well with the best possible outcome. So I asked her how she would be rewarding herself? Inevitably she had not thought about it but...

Laughter for Mental Health

For this week’s blog I have a guest contributor, Sara Kay of Serious Laughter. Sara had depression in January 2016 and life was a bit grim.A chance Laughter workshop at a wellbeing day changed all that.She discovered that laughter was definitely missing – little did...