Tag: Positive thoughts

Be part of the 3 % club!

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 can make us laugh, reduce us to tears and help ...

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Signs of Spring

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

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...

Love your lists and Write Your Life!

Are you a list lover? Do you have lists of lists or maybe even books of lists of lists? Personally, I am a bit of a fiend for a list! I love bullet points, ticks, different coloured pens, the odd doodle here and there and I REALLY love a mind map!   Just the thrill ...

I can feel an idea coming on…

If you are anything like me (and I suspect you might be) you probably go through phases of having many, many ideas for 'things' you would like to do.

Clear the clutter and write your life!

It is well documented that the daily act of writing a diary or journal can have a huge impact on personal development. Although for most of my clients, the prospect of HAVING to write something every day-ideally for 28 days to start with-can be pretty daunting.

The power of three

Grab a pen an try these simple exercises to kickstart your daily writing ritual.