Mini goals: Set yourself up for success

You set your goals for well intentional change, but you find yourself lacking the motivation to action them. Or you may simply not know where to begin. Deciding to make big changes in your life or creating a new habit is not as easy as it seems. Transformation can be well intentioned, but you don’t … Continue reading Mini goals: Set yourself up for success

Spring equinox: for healing, reflection and new opportunities

Spring - a new season and new beginnings. We know that the arrival of spring means new life, plants grow, baby animals are born and flowers bloom again after lying dormant through winter. Spring is where new life emerges from the earth. We begin to see more daylight than darkness signalling the start daylight savings … Continue reading Spring equinox: for healing, reflection and new opportunities

A focus on goal setting – part two

Last week we looked at how value based goal setting can enable your health and wellbeing. This week we will take a look at some ways to think differently about setting value based goals. Take a moment to reflect on the questions from last week and then write down about 10 things you would like … Continue reading A focus on goal setting – part two

Summer Solstice – Celebrate your Spiritual Wellbeing

Summer solstice marks the time when the sun is at its highest point on the horizon giving us the longest day of the year. The sun will appear to solstitium – the Latin word meaning to stand still. It is a time for spiritual awakening and awareness as summer welcomes the season of light and … Continue reading Summer Solstice – Celebrate your Spiritual Wellbeing

Choosing the right gift at Christmas?

Christmas is a time of celebration, relaxation and gift giving. Yet there is so much social pressure to buy the perfect gift. As a result your stress and anxiety levels increase, because you are worried about buying the wrong gift. You end up falling into the trap of consumerism over a real connection with people. … Continue reading Choosing the right gift at Christmas?

Four strategies to financial health at Christmas

At Christmas time there is so much temptation to have the perfect day with family and friends that often overstretch the financial side of things. Worrying about finances at Christmas is at the forefront of your mind because you have the dilemma of wanting to satisfy everyone’s needs. You know this is unachievable but you … Continue reading Four strategies to financial health at Christmas

Your month of mindfulness

With the silly season upon us again, the stress of Christmas expectations can be overwhelming. So now more than ever It is important to take care of yourself. It is easier to get caught up in everyone else’s needs and forgetting to take care of your own. This 30 day mindfulness challenge calendar has been … Continue reading Your month of mindfulness

Are you living on autopilot?

Many people travel through life in a haze with their autopilot on. They end up doing the same things, thinking the same, reacting the same as they had done in previous situations. Before they know it life has flown by.  They reach retirement and wonder where their life has gone. This is what you call … Continue reading Are you living on autopilot?

Connect with nature to improve your wellbeing

Often you get caught up in the day to day busy of life that you forget to stop and appreciate the beauty and serenity of the open green spaces around you. Following a challenging couple of years, it is great to be able to get out and about again to explore the great outdoors. It … Continue reading Connect with nature to improve your wellbeing

Are you living life with purpose?

Have you ever wondered if you were truly living the life you were meant to lead? Or have you merely settled into a life that was planned from an early age? Does the life you have chosen make you happy? Does it spark your curiosity for growth? Are you doing what truly lights you up? … Continue reading Are you living life with purpose?