We aren’t asking for Chris Hemsworth to stand next to our desks waving a fan and gently mopping our sweaty faces (might mention that to my manager, though). Us women are going through a temporary, natural process and all employers need to do is offer support and make us feel valued.
Norks, chesticles, boobs, the girls, melons, bristols, bosoms, jubblies, bazookas, baps … call them whatever you like. Just don’t neglect them.
We all want to do our bit for the environment, but sometimes things are just out of our control no matter how hard we try. It’s not just Kermit the Frog that finds life difficult being green. But by making small changes to our behaviour, we can all make a difference.
I’m about to turn 50. I’m going to make sure I can learn to enjoy a new decade. So what can you look forward to and how can you survive life after turning 50?
If life is leaving you feeling a little overwhelmed right now, it could be time to review your self-care strategy.
Maybe we are looking at this phase in our lives from completely the wrong angle. Is it possible to change the way we look at ‘the change’? Is there some middle ground in between blissful ignorance and menopausal guru where we can find a happy balance, embrace ‘the change’ and make menopause a positive experience?
Have you ever thought about what advice you would give yourself if you could travel back in time? Would you try and right any wrongs? Maybe you would influence a few dodgy decisions? Just think … you could change history and reengineer your first kiss, your failed driving test or education choices. OK, so weContinue reading “Dear Me: The advice I’d give to the girl I used to be”
Is it ever right to do the wrong thing? Maybe the question you should be asking yourself is “are you doing something right, or are you doing the right thing”? Confused? Let us explain. You could be struggling to complete a task: are you struggling because you are doing it wrong? For example, are youContinue reading “Struggling to do the right thing? How to cope when life goes wrong”
general focus in life, you’d sit up and be interested, right? Well that’s what it does – it hands you the key to personal restoration, so maybe it’s time for you to discover the power of meditation.
I like to think of mine as a small and sparkly clutch bag. But when things start to get the better of us, it can often feel that we are lugging our troubles around in a full set of matching emotional luggage.