How to Think Yourself Slim for the Summer

In today’s blog, we’re going to look at how to adopt a slim mindset. The idea is that if you think like a slim person and adjust your mindset accordingly then pretty soon, you won’t have a weight problem. From the outset, this seems like a pretty good way to lose weight and keep it off without having to follow any kind of gruelling diet regime. Let’s see what that looks like and how we can give this a go.

How to Become More Resilient

In today’s blog, we’re going to look at ways that we can increase our own resilience and grow our self-confidence so that we are able to deal with any setbacks that may come our way. Remember, as with everything, practice makes perfect. By adopting a few simple habits and following them consistently, you too can become more resilient and ready to face your future.

How to Combat Overthinking

In today’s blog we’re going to look at the different ways we may find ourselves overthinking and the detrimental impact it can have on our mental health. We’re also going to look at some ways to help you to reframe these negative thought patterns. We’re all guilty of overthinking but it does not need to control our lives or get in the way of your happiness.

The Art of Manifestation – How Does it Work?

You might have people extoll the benefits of manifestation or claim that they have manifested a new job or new house. The idea that they’ve asked the universe for something and then just had it handed to them might make you scoff. The question is, does it really work?

Why Self Care is Important for Productivity

Despite the new ‘flexible’ world of working, many of us still find ourselves living in a workaholic culture. You can blame it on the pandemic and the lack of separation between work and home, stretching deadlines, lack of staff etc. But the truth is most of our generation (70’s and 80’s babies) have grown upContinue reading “Why Self Care is Important for Productivity”

Building Mini-Habits to Win at Life

In today’s blog, we’re going to look at the power of building mini-habits. When you try and transform your life and go ‘all in’, you can end up setting yourself up for failure. However, if you split your goals up into small, achievable steps, you give yourself the power to make clear, consistent and immediate changes to form new habits.