Tag Archives: self-care

3 Reflection Tips To Lead You Into the New Year

The end of the year. It’s amazing that it has arrived so quickly. The end of a year, the end of a month or season – these are all wonderful opportunities to slow down a bit and use the Reflection tool. Reflecting is one of those beautiful processes that often get forgotten in our busy, …

Are You Truly Listening?

Learning to TRULY listen to ourselves can take a bit of practice. With our busy lives and all the information and stimuli that is constantly coming in, there is often SO much noise – in the form of ‘shoulds’, of unwanted thoughts that don’t serve us, of other people’s voices & expectations etc. – that …

Do You Practice TRUE Self-Care?

Recently I’ve been using strong language when it comes to Self-Care – talking about an epidemic of over-committed, over-worked, over-giving people (mostly women) & saying we need a Self-Care Revolution. Sounds a bit dramatic, perhaps, but I think we need to really look at the current situation. You hear the term Self-Care a lot out …

1 Small Step Toward More Self-Care

My coaching and the products I’ve created, The Mood Ladies, are all about promoting self-care. I see so many people, especially women, over-committed, exhausted, stressed and overwhelmed. Often they aren’t able to really enjoy the many good things in their lives because there are too many to-dos on the list. I was reminded of this …

3 Ways to Shift from Limits to Possibilities

Do you ever feel that your world is small? Or let me rephrase…have you ever felt like you know there’s an answer to a challenge or problem you are facing, but you aren’t able to see it? That’s what I mean about a small world. Our view is limited in some particular area or even …