Do you count the hours until ‘wine o’clock’? Do you secretly wonder about your drinking habits? I gave up alcohol for 30 days and gained so much.
Up in Smoke! Time to Quit that Nagging Habit
Is your loved one’s habit making you miserable? I’m the worst kind of reformed smoker but only when it’s my partner who’s smoking. Time to quit the nagging!
It will be okay
Dreams are funny things. Don’t you find that your most vivid dreams occur when you’re going through big changes and upheavals in your life?
The best things in life are scary – Why I joined an Artist’s Way work group but took my time showing up
Why did I keep putting off interacting with the Artist’s Way group in Zoom meetings? Perhaps it was hard to believe I was a ‘real’ artist.
The Artist’s Way and 3 Reasons to Read it
A springboard for spirituality, a tool for transition: open the pages of The Artist’s Way for your life to improve. Here are 3 things they’ve taught me.
Reconnect with your inner child to have more fun… but who is she (or he)?
Fancy a bit more fun? Then find your inner child. Remember what you used to like doing as a kid and do it again. But I found out that it’s not that simple.
We’re all gonna die and it’s not your fault!
Death… a taboo subject yet the one certainty we are all born with. We’re all gonna die… When family members brush with death how do you deal with it?
An unlikely Warrior Woman – Stepping towards Homecoming
Lessons from Nicky Clinch’s Seven Day Warrior Woman Challenge and her Homecoming programme: strength in vulnerability, everything you need is already within and more.
Add the ‘Extra’ to your ‘Ordinary’ – Four activities to build connection, get creative, cultivate gratitude and unleash your silly side
Four little projects which are free and easy, each with big results: add meaning to your life and open up your mindset, inviting you to see the world just a little bit differently.
I hugged a tree (and I liked it)
I never saw myself as a tree hugger. A nature lover, yes… but hugging a tree was just too conkers bonkers! Here is how I ended up hugging my first tree.