Self Sabotage: Stop the Cycle

Have you ever asked yourself “why does this keep happening to me?” or find yourself repeating the same mistakes over and over again? Maybe you try and make changes to your life, but feel like you are chasing your tail as you end up where you started time and time again. From tucking into aContinue reading “Self Sabotage: Stop the Cycle”

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.

Scream if You Want To Go Faster: The Perimenopausal Princess Papers (Part 15)

Aunt Flo. Time of the month. Shark week. Got the painters in.  Code red.  Girl flu.  Leak week.  Call periods whatever you like … I’m over the whole thing. I’ve had enough now.  I just want perimenopause to be over.  It’s not funny any more.

Beat Procrastination – Take Back Control of Your Life

If you’re like me, then you’re going to find today’s blog really useful. I’m sick of procrastinating. I’m sick of my brain tricking me into avoiding passion projects, critical life stuff like paying bills, completing work tasks and even staying in contact with friends. It’s time to stop putting things off and it’s time to start getting things done.

Back to Work We Go! The Pros and Cons of Returning to the Office

In today’s blog, we’re going to have a look at the pros and cons of returning to the office and some of the things we’re going to miss about working from home full time. After spending virtually two years locked up in our homes, many of us have developed a better work/life balance, so what will the impact of returning to the office have on us moving forward?