In a time where everything is instant, it is easy to get frustrated when things don’t come to you as quick as Amazon Prime. When it comes to our Goals we want the quick fix, the fast lane, the que jump. The pill that will make us slimmer or the winning lottery ticket. But as Lisa … Continue reading I’ll Be Happy When…
So on Wednesday my husband and I had an extra hour as our daughter wanted to stay at Nanny’s for tea. Winner! So, we thought it would be nice to go for a drink and a game of Pool. That then led to a cheeky curry….a Wednesday night deal for a tenner as well! What … Continue reading What Money Can Buy
As women we often describe our day to day lives as spinning plates. There is the house plate, the work plate, the dog walking plate, the childcare plate, the remembering and buying gifts for everyone’s birthday’s plate and of course there is the Christmas plate. It really can get too much and trying to juggle … Continue reading Soooo many plates!
In 1955 Psychologists Joseph Luft and Harrington Ingham created The Johari window. This window is made up of 4 quadrants and is designed to help people understand themselves and others better. You can find the image here: https://www.google.co.uk/search?q=the+johari+window&source=lnms&tbm=isch&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwify8Gmr-zjAhUIO8AKHcC9Bc8Q_AUIESgB&biw=1366&bih=622#imgrc=G9uayAdAB0SAFM:&spf=1565030091116 The Johari window suggests that there are parts of ourselves that we do not know about but others … Continue reading What aren’t you saying?
What are you going through right now that is hard? What have you walked through in the past and never thought it was possible? When have you been tested? Was it a divorce or break-up? Was it grief or a break down? Did you lose your job or fail your degree? Either way, when you were in the … Continue reading Can’t skip the hard stuff
In a world where there are endless opportunities and a “you can do anything culture” what are we supposed to do? I am so happy to have been born in the 90’s whereby opportunity for everyone and women in particular was on the up. There is room for improvement, but we are encouraged to do … Continue reading Finding Your Way
I watched a Youtube video by Russel Brand recently where he discusses this topic and I found it resonated with me. No-body likes the word breakdown as it has such negative connotations with it. It is linked with mental health, not coping, not being yourself and being in a very bad way. There is no … Continue reading Breakdown VS Breakthrough