On Mother’s Day, the 11th March whilst on our Honeymoon, my husband and I found out we were pregnant and we nicknamed our baby Piglet.
Glossophobia or speech anxiety is the fear of public speaking and is one of the most common phobias. It’s a type of performance anxiety in which a person becomes super concerned that they might look anxious, foolish, nervous or even have a panic attack.
You know that inner voice that often whispers or maybe shouts, ‘You aren’t enough, you can’t do this, who do you think you are?
(This blog is a free excerpt from my book, Be Your Own Best Friend available on Amazon.)
Changing career – quitting a secure job to run my own business – was one of the scariest things I have ever done. Ever!
Imagine if you could have anything you wanted, feel anything you wanted and be anything you wanted. Open up your mind to a new way of thinking and you might be surprised by what happens.
Empowerment refers to our feelings about ourselves and the story we tell ourselves about our own lives and about the world. It is about letting go of who we think we should be and embracing who we are.
Whether you’ve lost yourself in your job, relationship, your role as a parent or simply feel lost in life in general, you are not alone. It doesn’t mean your life is doomed and that you will never find yourself again.
Positive affirmations are a very powerful tool in building self-esteem - crazy powerful. It may sound cliché and even cheesy, but telling yourself positive things every day can start to impact how you feel about yourself, your abilities and your future in a major way.
I am sensitive. And sometimes I feel like I am drowning in a sea of emotions.
We all cry for different reasons. For some of us, it takes a tragedy to make us cry. For others, the Marks & Spencer's Christmas add is enough to set us off.