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Author Archives: Karen

Don’t  give up, start over

Off track with your resolutions for this year? Feel like giving up? By nature, we tend to focus on what we haven’t achieved, letting the small victories pass us by. Don’t give up, start over. Most of the time our New Year resolutions involve changing some of our most ingrained habits – things that we … Read more

How to stay focused on one thing at a time?

Our day-to-day work and home life hosts a plethora of distractions making it challenging for us to stay focused on one thing at a time. Commitments, social events, high workloads, multitasking, meetings, and not to mention the constant flow of information via email, internet and social media all play a role, leading us to often … Read more

Rethinking Loneliness

Last autumn, the BBC Loneliness Experiment* (a global survey of 55, 000 aged 19 – 99) found that one third of participants often feel lonely, and perhaps surprisingly, it was the 16-24-year old category, along with single parents and women carers who said that they often feel very lonely, findings contrary to what we often … Read more

What makes you tick?

The MBTI– Myers Briggs Type Indicator – is a development tool to help us discover what makes us and others tick in different life situations, learning how we can use this knowledge to understand ourselves and others better. MBTI has been invaluable for my personal development as well as for my work as a coach … Read more

Tips to get us through those tough moments during the festive season…

We often experience the end of the year as a very busy, full and stressful period with many demands on our time and energy. For many of us, it is also the most emotionally charged time of the year. We sense the spoken and unspoken family expectations in the run-up and during the festive season. … Read more

Why do we resist change?

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Why do we resist change?

Change – we want it and resist it Everything is changing all of the time – for the better and for the worst. Change happens continuously and consistently in each and everyone’s life, at work, at home and all around us and yet, most of us resist change. Why? What stops us from relaxing into … Read more

World Mental Health Day

There is no health without mental health Today, 10 October is World Mental Health Day. A day for global mental health education, awareness and advocacy against social stigma. Too often people are afraid to talk about their experiences because they fear it will affect their jobs or relationships. This year’s theme, set by the World Federation … Read more

Let positive emotion in

It’s hard to think negatively when we delight or rejoice in something or someone. Gladdening the heart – a crucial practice for a meaningful life To gladden means: to brighten, cheer, delight, elate, hearten, warm, make happy. When did you last pause and allow yourself to be truly open to a joyful moment – a … Read more

Returning to routine

A break from the life’s routine – a week or two away – is great for clearing headspace and getting back in touch with oneself. I was fortunate to be able to take things even further, to experience one of the greatest gifts I have ever given myself, a 3-month retreat in rural southwest Spain, … Read more

Simplicity

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Simplicity

The Power of Simplicity As you read this blog, I will be on the final month of a 3-month mindfulness and meditation retreat in Spain. One aspect of the retreat that excited me most was the chance to lead a simple life for an extended period. I’ve had a ‘taster’ once before (when I spent … Read more

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