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.

Stepping Off the Career Ladder: Is it time to pursue the life you really want?

I was hungry. I wanted it all. I wanted the power suits, the company car, the briefcase and the corner office. I wanted to be Tess McGill (80’s reference – read Working on the Road to Hell – Our top 10 Travel Pet Hates to find out more about her and why I really hateContinue reading “Stepping Off the Career Ladder: Is it time to pursue the life you really want?”

Making the Menopause a More Positive Experience: The Perimenopausal Princess Papers (Part 9)

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?

The ‘So Just Be’ Favourite Life Hack List

Life is hard enough right now, so let us make things a little easier. The internet is bursting with life hacks and, let’s be honest, most of them are a little bit shit. We have taken the pain out of the search and compiled our favourites that really are useful: 01 Chill wine with frozenContinue reading “The ‘So Just Be’ Favourite Life Hack List”

Toxic Friends: Time to spring clean your dysfunctional relationships?

As many as 8 out of 10 people have got one … I’ve got one right now! They can give you a feeling of dread when their name pops up on your phone. They can leave you feeling emotionally drained as you deal with their life dramas, but they don’t give a shit about yours.Continue reading “Toxic Friends: Time to spring clean your dysfunctional relationships?”

A Perfect Start

The annoying thing is that the perfection I was seeking, that so many of us seek every day, it didn’t exist. There is no ‘perfect’. Everyone is out there every day working their arses off to achieve this unattainable, non-existent concept. Every single one of us has our own aspirations, our own ideas of what is ‘perfect’. Most of the time we’re not even happy.