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

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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Christmas Gift Guide 2018

I've been writing an annual Christmas Gift Guide on the blog for as long as I can remember, it's become quite the Christmas tradition for me!When I select the things I put into the guide it's with you in mind - I guess I have a picture of who you lovely readers are,...

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How to stop procrastinating

Hands up if you’ve ever procrastinated? With 24 hour wifi and access to a tremendous amount of distracting content, is it any wonder so many of us have become master procrastinators? The problem is, when it comes to getting shit done, procrastination is our enemy....

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Thriva review

Knowing what’s actually going on inside your body can be difficult. Without certain tests, it’s easy for elements of our bodies wellbeing to go unnoticed before we really start and feel unwell. Thriva created their testing service to be an easy way for people to track...

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5 Things May

#1 I climbed a mountain! I had the pleasure of attending a hiking retreat with the lovely Paula of Be Happy Be Bright Be You! It was at the Lake District in Great Langdale where we stayed in a Tipi with a wood burning stove to keep us warm. I went along with my friend...

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5 Things April

I don’t know about you, but this month seems to have flown over! Thankfully we finally have some sun, it felt more like summer than spring for that week, but now it’s back to more usual spring like weather. I’ve left this post a bit late, but I guess that makes it an...

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