Tag: writing

Positivity, happiness and confidence – that’s what YOU need!

I am a positivity, happiness and confidence coach and I specialise in working with women who want to make BIG changes and re-design their lives - one sentence at a time. Write Your Life is my unique coaching programme that puts YOU firmly in control of YOUR life and makes sure you SMASH your goals. Using a series of writing exercises and daily journaling, Write Your Life helps you to clear, edit and re-write YOUR life on YOUR terms.

Explore, inspire and question your plans

Daily bursts of journaling or writing will do more than simply sow the seeds of change-a daily writing ritual can keep us focussed, on track and inspired as we move towards new goals. By committing to a daily writing or journaling exercise we set a clear intention and if we do it in the morning, then the effect can be even more empowering as it really sets us up for the day.

Woman holding her journal in a field

The Power Of The List

List making is a simple but deceptively effective method  of gathering our thoughts and creating new plans. We use it to make plans already and for things like shopping, DIY and things to do.

Five ‘secrets’ to transforming your life with journaling

Journaling is our number one most powerful way to shift our mindet and achieve ambitious goals. Over time we can actually re-programme our brains to seek out opportunities that will bring us the happiness and fulfilment we desire – we actually re-wire our minds for success.

Write Your Life with daily journaling

Daily writing or journalling are proven to be HUGE catalysts for transformational change, and YOU can start the process right NOW by picking up a pen and a piece of paper (or your journal or notebook if you have one) and just writing.

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.

Write, believe, receive!

It is well documented that keeping a journal, diary or taking part in regular creative writing sessions can all help us to unravel our thoughts, give us clarity and help us to achieve short, medium and long-term goals that lead to positive changes in our lives. And yet only three per cent of us actually make time to WRITE down our goals-those of us who do write them down achieve great things and make profound and significant changes to our lives.

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 ...

Seven tips for journaling success

It is a FACT that only about three per cent of us ever bother to write down our goals, dreams, hopes and aspirations for the future. Those of us who do achieve great things and make sure our plans and goals become realities. Those of us who don't stay pretty much stuck.

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