Posts filed under: Personal Coaching

I’ve written previously about living with anxiety and depression, and writing about it has played a vital role in my healing and learning how best to live with these often crippling...
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It was Friedrich Nietzsche who famously said “That which does not kill us, makes us stronger.” And he was right. Recent studies have found plenty of evidence to support the...
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Anyone who has flown in a plane will be familiar with the safety instructions to put your own oxygen mask on before helping others. It makes sense, we understand it...
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    I paint self-portraits because I am so often alone, because I am the person I know best. Frida Kahlo   I am channeling my inner Frida Kahlo this...
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I am a planner, a compulsive list writer, diary completer, and note taker. Always have been. Always will be. I have even written retrospective lists when I feel as if...
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I have seen a whole lot of posts recently about how addicted we are to our smart phones and electronic devices, and I wrote about it here last year. Despite...
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“Positive psychology is just not happyology, the pleasant life. We have repeatedly found that those who pursue all three lives, pleasure, engagement and meaning, have by far the most life...
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I saw a post yesterday morning on Facebook by a business woman who said she hates doing dishes, and to avoid them, she buys her kids party paper plates and...
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  Authenticity is everything to me, it’s up there with freedom in terms of my must-haves in life. I wrote this post about freedom of expression and authenticity last year,...
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Today’s post was written by a dear friend of mine; Michelle Bailey. When I say friend, we have never actually met face to face but we have been good friends...
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