We have all been there! You miss your bus and then your boss schedules a last minute meeting and you feel like you will never catch up. A friend calls to cancel you evening plans and you are wondering how you will ever make it through the day in one piece!
Taking something personally means we internalise the actions and words from another as part of our self, rather than as something that may really be about the other person. But why do some people take things so personally?
Personal boundaries are the physical, emotional and mental limits we establish to protect ourselves from being manipulated, used, made fun of, taken advantage of or sapped of our good nature and drained of our positivity, wisdom and support.
My top 5 lifestyle and emotional wellbeing tips will help you feel calm, happy and help to increase your work productivity.
During my time as a life coach, friend, sister, fiancee, confidant and human I have learned so much about what to do when your friend is sad. So, here are four things I've learned that might help you to help a friend who is feeling sad.
recently I was struck by how shy I became heading in to a breakfast launch event last week. As I was making my way into the room (full of strangers) I couldn’t get over how many people were – how many gorgeous groups of talking women and men! I immediately veered right, straight into the bathroom!
During my time as a life coach, friend, sister, fiancee, confidant and human I have learned so much about what to do when your friend is sad. So, here are four things I've learned that might help you to help a friend who is feeling sad. Here are a five things you can do to avoid burn out!
There are two types of brides to be in this world. Those who have planners, and those who don’t. Nevertheless, I’ve noticed that the presence of a wedding planner does little to ease the anxiety, guilt and paranoia that occasionally creeps in when planning for your big day.
The most common question I get asked as a life coach is “how can I stay on track?”. Having an idea, being inspired to start a side project or nurture yourself esteem or confidence can sometimes feel like the easy part looking back. Keeping the magic alive in the days and weeks later - when the going gets tough and motivation dips - is the challenge.
For some people going make up free isn’t an option, for others it’s no big deal. In 2015, when I first began to challenge myself to not wear make-up it was extremely difficult. My appearance related anxiety began when I was very young. At about 12 years of age I started wearing make-up and at 15 I developed a mild eating disorder. My appearance has always affected my self esteem, and not in a good way!