There is hope on the horizon for a return to some kind of normality following the announcement of the Government’s roadmap out of lockdown, but how do YOU feel about the rest of 2021? Our lives have changed over the last 12 months and we […]
Of course we hope that our Life Edit In A Day event will still go ahead in May but…who knows?! But…there is no need to put your self development on hold! Luckily a journalling habit is a good, healthy one and something that is actually […]
September is all about new pencil cases, blank exercise books, new school shoes and bags and a proper fresh start! It is, after all, a new term and it can be a new term for everyone-not just students and school children.
There is this saying…”Good things come to those who wait,” ah yes they probably do but how long are we supposed to wait until those good things come along exactly? A week? A month? Six months? A YEAR? LONGER?!
Writing is not new-fact! It has been around for ever and has been used to communicate, document, describe, record and plan everything. It is useful, beautiful and essential has the power to entertain and inform, educate and empower, inspire and fascinate, shock and surprise. It […]
Writing lists and keeping journals have never been such popular tools for supporting self-improvement programmes.
Starting something new is always fuelled with that initial excitement. I know when I started this blog all those years ago, I was so excited I couldn’t think about anything else. I am writing a book at the moment and this will be on the […]
It takes 21 days to create a new habit-that’s just over 500 hours. I think it is remarkable that within just three weeks we all have the power to make a significant change to our lives. I have just done this myself so I know […]
Life is basically a series of events and choices isn’t it? Some stuff you can control, most of it you can’t and sometimes things happen without us even realising it! We are all facing something all the time-whatever age or stage we are at and […]
WE are now officially at the end of the first quarter of 2019-so how’s it been for you?