Tag: journalling

How to start a daily journaling habit

Starting anything new requires dedication, commitment and a bit of forward planning-otherwise we will make any number of excuses not to do it let alone stick to it!

Make plans with our seven day challenge

On Tuesday January 15 we launch the first ever Write Your Life Seven Day Writing Challenge and we would LOVE to have you onboard!

Too busy? Really?

In yesterday's Sunday Times Style Magazine, India Knight (one of my favourite writers) tackled a subject that really resonated with me - the subject was busyness and her column was spot on. She has inspired me to write about this from a coaching perspective.

And the results are in….

It’s exam results time-we had A levels last week and this week it is the GCSE students who finally get to find out how they have done and what they will do next. There is no doubt that this is a nerve wracking time for young people and their parents and our house has been ...

Celebrate every step

Setting goals is a big part of the creative coaching that I offer clients. I set them for myself and encourage my clients to set them too. After all-that's what this is all about isn't it? Setting goals, making a plan and achieving great things

Signs of Spring

Spring is already starting to show its sleepy head and brighter, warmer days are on the horizon

EVERYONE can set a goal and make progress!

My working day and week involves helping all sorts of very different people to clear their lives of the clutter and encourage them to set exciting and ambitious  goals.

Keep it simple and make progress

We are a week into the New Year, so what are you looking forward to in 2018?

Are you making plans for 2018?

As we hurtle towards the end of the year it is time to take stock and reflect on how our year has been. For many of us it will have been a 'mixed bag' of good, bad, happy and sad events but everything that has happened to us or around us will help shape what happens to us next.

Embrace the fruits of autumn and declutter your life

This morning, here in Oxfordshire, we had our first frost of the season. My garden is still looking gorgeous with the last remaining blooms reaching out to enjoy a cold but blue sky day-it is day when we should all be glad to be alive...