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Planning a Calm Christmas

Planning a Calm Christmas

For many of us, Christmas is not something we’d describe as calm. Depending on your situation, Christmas can be busy, stressful and actually, not as enjoyable as you’d like it to be! Going back many years I used to work at Boots as a Christmas Girl, I’m most...

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How to live with more intention

How to live with more intention

I’ve been looking forward to writing this post for a while, because when I think of what it means to be ‘wholehearted’ - intentional living is a big part of this! However, I know intentional living is a bit of a meaningless phrase sometimes. I don’t think many of us...

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Discovering Slow Living

Discovering Slow Living

At the start of the year I decided that I wanted my word for 2019 to be Flow. To me, that word represents ease, slowness, abundance, trust and creativity. It’s certainly something I’ve been focusing on so far and I’ve been able to make small tweaks to my life so that...

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Living a more sustainable life

Living a more sustainable life

A couple of months ago I had a bit of a crisis moment, I was feeling rundown and burned out, tired and anxious. Yep, even self care coaches can have their moments! Although I was doing many of the good self care things I know help, I was still feeling like I was...

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How to do self care more consistently

How to do self care more consistently

Whether it’s eating well, exercising, meditating or any kind of positive habit, something a lot of us struggle with is doing it consistently. We all wish we could start a habit and have it stick, but so often life can just get in the way and make it hard!I do...

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5 ways to get your calm back

5 ways to get your calm back

I’m reading a new book at the moment - it’s called Too Much Information and it’s a comedy take on the crazy amount of information we’re exposed to these days. Given that often feel like my brain has too many tabs open, that my to-do list is never ending and that my Dr...

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