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Are you the person you want to be or do you often find yourself thinking you’d like to be different in some way? Maybe more confident, more social, more desirable or just happier? There are not too many people on earth who are 100 per cent happy with who they are. Many people have a […]
Sugar is in everything in some way or another. It is in food naturally and also added to food as a sweetener or preservative. Especially in processed, canned or packet foods the amount of sugar (and sodium) are especially high. This is because they need the product to last on a shelf for 12 months and it is often high even in savoury products.
This year seems be the one for which everyone has been waiting: the year to change your life. Everyone is saying, “This will be my year”, and, “This will be a great year”. Even I will be relocating interstate to Bris-vegas with my family, so it’s a big year for us too. You’ll have noticed that […]
I’m sure you’ve had one of those moments when you really have to have something. Whether it’s a new car, new phone, new TV or new jacket there always seems to be something that we can desire and must have. It doesn’t feel like a want, it feels like a need. I need it! What we are talking about here is retail therapy.
As we near the end of 2012 our minds start to wander to the new year and what it will bring. It’s a time of year when people start to think about the year they have just had and what changes they’d like to make in the new year.
Many people want to change various aspects of their lives, yet change is something people often avoid if possible. Why? Because change can be hard and often involves being out of your comfort zone and having to learn something new or to do things differently.
Ever noticed how some people are touchy and can react easily to even the smallest thing? This might be a comment from someone, being too busy or little events that happen to us all like traffic, spilling our coffee, losing a document and so on.
Do you often feel you get bored or restless at various points in your life? This is characterised by feelings of boredom, not knowing what to do with yourself or what you want to do, feeling unmotivated and even feeling a bit lost or down.
A lot of clients have questioned me about forgiveness, acceptance and letting go and it seemed to me that it can be a grey area for some people knowing what each is and what it means to forgive, to let go or to accept. As it is such an important topic for your mental, emotional, physical and energetic health I wanted to let you know the key differences.
We’ve all had it, we all know what it’s like. When you have been somewhere on holidays or even just at home and then the time comes when you have to return home, return to work, return to routine and often return to all the old stuff that used to happen.
When people think of criticism, most think of either deliberate criticism (a blunt, hurtful, rude or judgmental comment made intentionally) or constructive criticism (a comment designed to ‘help’ you in some way with performance, behaviour, etc).
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