Time For Reflection

Time For Reflection

This time of year is synonymous with reflection. It’s a great time of year to do a personal inventory of what in your life is working and therefore contributing to what you dowant. But it’s also a good point to see what needs an upgrade, perhaps if...
Four Simple Mindfulness Techniques ​

Four Simple Mindfulness Techniques ​

In the last few weeks I’ve been studying the books of Thich Naht Hanh, Buddhist Monk and father of mindfulness in the west. These books have had quite a profound affect on me and his calmness and presumed sense of peace really come across in his writing. I thought I’d...
Letting Go

Letting Go

Do you have bags under your eyes and wonder why? Do you wake up tired, even after eight hours of sleep? Are you carrying excess body fat? Perhaps then, you are experiencing the symptoms of control fatigue. As it sounds, control fatigue is the exhaustion that is...
Self Sabotage

Self Sabotage

Self sabotage can be said to be: A form of inner conflict Unresolved emotional wounds or conflicted beliefs about self Hoping for things to be different from how they actually are However we don’t need to see self sabotage as a negative thing. It’s simply a symptom of...
Are You Actually Relaxing? ​

Are You Actually Relaxing? ​

I’ve had three or four conversations this week, either directly or indirectly about having boundaries. Personal boundaries around time and saying no. On the face of it you might wonder what this has to do with health and wellbeing. However, it’s one of the areas I see...