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What makes your spirit soar? What brings you energy? What are your sources of inspiration? What in your life fills you with awe and wonder, grounding you in the knowledge that you are a part of something much bigger. Experiences which take us beyond the confines of daily life are vital for our wellbeing. They give us … Read more

How to simplify your life to achieve greater fulfillment Less is more – a saying, like all sayings, that holds an important grain of truth. In fact, I’ve just experienced its meaning during a wonderful two week retreat in the Scottish Highlands, away from it all – a full and busy life in London – … Read more

Tips to get you through those though moments Over the years, I’ve come to realise that no matter what clients come to me with – stress, feeling stuck, lack of direction or control over life, low confidence or unhappiness at work – the underlying cause of their unease stems the from a harsh, self-critical inner … Read more

Be your own best friend c. thegoodvibe.co

How about this for a New Year’s resolution – to become your own best friend? The way we treat ourselves is the key to our inner happiness – from which everything else flows. So, what would it mean to be your own best friend? It would mean encouraging and caring for ourselves as we would for … Read more

Greenspace can give your wellbeing just the boost it needs

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Karen at Hazel Hill Woods Nature Reserve

As daily life takes us further away from our anchor with the natural world, I can’t help wondering, are we underestimating the benefits nature has on our well-being? This Saturday 10th October marks World Mental Health Day. Mental health problems affect 1 in 4 people every year, yet too often people are afraid to talk … Read more

Change

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Change - the secret is little and often

When we want to change things, to do things differently, to try new experiences – it helps to remember ‘little and often’. Whether I’m working with individuals or organisations, everyone is looking for change of some kind. A better work-life balance, a career change, improved team working or tools for managing stress better. Change is … Read more

How to let go of judgements

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Making snap judgements cartoon c. New Yorker Magazine http://paxonbothhouses.blogspot.co.uk/

It’s in our nature to make judgements – good and bad, about ourselves and about others. Often the judgements we make are unfounded, wildly inaccurate or self-judgements we harbour projected onto others. What’s more – they don’t tend to make us feel particularly happy or good about ourselves. None of us are immune to making … Read more

I deserve to live life fully

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“I don’t deserve it” is a common disempowering belief that runs deep in our unconscious and holds us back from living our own agenda, from living our life to the fullest. The good news is that we can learn to believe that we do deserve to live a full and meaningful life, based on our … Read more

The courage to be vulnerable

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It can be hard, even with people we love and trust to let ourselves be seen, deeply seen, vulnerably seen. The Oxford English Dictionary definition of vulnerable is to be exposed to the possibility of being attacked or harmed, either physically or emotionally. So how on earth can we benefit from being open to putting … Read more

The courage to be vulnerable

Posted by Karen in Benefits of Life Coaching | Personal Development - (Comments Off on The courage to be vulnerable)

It can be hard, even with people we love and trust to let ourselves be seen, deeply seen, vulnerably seen. The Oxford English Dictionary definition of vulnerable is to be exposed to the possibility of being attacked or harmed, either physically or emotionally. So how on earth can we benefit from being open to putting … Read more

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