Category Archives for Lifestyle Coaching

5 Chemical-Free Ways To Instantly Lift Your Mood

With all of the demands that come from juggling multiple tasks and responsibilities at home and work, it's only natural to feel stressed from time to time and our mood can dip as a result. Many people

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4 Techniques To Develop Coping Skills

How often have you told yourself, “I just can’t cope” or “I just don’t have the strength to deal with this” or similar versions of a self-doubting declaration? It’s so natural to succumb

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A good morning routine starts with a good evening one

How To Win Your Day by establishing a good evening routine, ensuring that you have a great morning routine. I'm getting over a cold at the moment, guided meditations will be starting this week (March 5th

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The Bad Health Experiment – Sacking my 4 Doctors!

In last month's blog post I wrote that the Wolf Moon on New Years Day signified a time for reflection,  preparation and to take time to rest. Of course, I ignored that and planned ahead my entire movement

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2017 Year in Review

2017 Year In Review Something I love to do before the next year starts is to review the previous year, what worked, what didn't…what happened, what didn't and how I can use all that information for

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The Power of a MasterMind group

Wanted: 1-2 Passionate Entrepreneurs for private Mastermind group! Just over a year ago I took part in a Live Your Legend course called “Connect With Anyone” – it was an excellent course

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The Power of Focus

A big problem I see all around me nowadays is a lack of FOCUS. Technology such as computers, tablets, the internet, email, phones, etc., can enhance our productivity, but these technologies can also pull

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Life Experimentation

Before I get on with my April Update, and plans for the month ahead, I want to talk about Life Experimentation. It can be so hard to be stuck in a rut and not see any way out. I lost a close friend a few

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Spring Forward with Momentum

So, Spring has officially sprung! As another month of 2016 draws to a close I usually like to reflect on the month, the main ‘wins' achieved, the struggles that have been overcome and then look ahead

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Mad March Hare

The great thing about taking on board plenty of mini-experiments is that it becomes clear pretty quickly what you like and what doesn't drive you quite as much, so it allows for more drilled-down focus

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