Tag Archives: self care

Be a woman, not a girl.

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There’s magic in women getting together.  A magic that sometimes is a tiny sparkle or a whisper that flows on the wind.  Other times it’s a magic so powerful it could move mountains.   On my retreats and away days, at my workshops for women or my mental health support groups there’s something special that […]

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The Burn-Out Epidemic – and what you can do about it.

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This is something I talk about A LOT. I talk about it a lot because it’s a subject really close to my heart. I’ve burnt out more than once myself so not only is my professional life dedicated to helping people prevent this from happening, my fascination with this subject is based on my own […]

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Are you STILL not looking after yourself?!

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A provocative headline maybe?! Looking after ourselves/self-care/self-love/our own wellbeing – whatever you want to call it – is STILL a subject that some people find awkward, icky or something they avoid. It seems to be a taboo subject, or maybe it’s that people feel uncomfortable talking about it because they feel uncomfortable doing it. I […]

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Who’s on your speed dial?

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We all need a support network. Mine have been amazing over the last few weeks. Things have been a bit hectic for me and I’ve also not been feeling too well. My support network are fantastic and they are made up of a few key people who really make me feel great when things aren’t […]

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The 3 most common barriers to wellbeing

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As you know I run wellbeing workshops, 121 coaching, programmes and retreats. The aim of what I do is to support people to relax, take time out and make mind-set shifts that enable them to feel that they can live their life from a place that feels kinder and more compassionate to themselves. It’s not […]

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Learning to say no

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This week I’ve been coaching a lovely lady who got in touch because she felt completely overwhelmed. She runs her own business, is moving house, has two young children and also suffered a family bereavement. Things were bubbling over and she needed some help prioritising and focusing to be able to move things forward successfully. […]

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Check in for that check up

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Right now (at the time of writing) I am sitting in the eye clinic at St. James’ Hospital in Leeds and I’m handwriting this blog (and will type it later) because I’ve had my eyes numbed and I can’t see the keypad on my phone or ipad! Last week I was in a minor car […]

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Listening to your body

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“The first duty of love is to listen.”- Paul Tillich I was asked to write a blog and give some advice this week about listening to our bodies. It’s a topic that I feel really strongly about and try to practice every day. In the video below I talk about what I mean by ‘listening […]

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It’s nice to be nice!

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There’s so much horrible stuff in the news this week. My thoughts go out to the family and friends of MP Jo Cox and I can’t help but think that the world is becoming so full of arguments, hatred and anger. What with Brexit and all the drama around that, and all the violence caused […]

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Little Treats and a Buddy Box Review

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Have you heard about the Buddy Box!? The Blurt Foundation have launched a scheme where you can order a monthly box of goodies to arrive at your house in the post. All the goodies are things to make you feel good, help you to relax or to provide a little humour! I first saw the […]

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