Make or Break

It’s a cliché although undeniably true. Our habits can make or break us. Recently, I was reading The Big Leap by Gay Hendricks (which I really recommend) when his comment on habits stood right out to me. It brought to mind the issue of focus, which popped up for me recently when I was finding it quite challenging to knuckle …

Why to the Rescue

Hot topic time! This one is our mighty why (…on earth we bother to do something)  1 and can apply to any area of our entire well-being. For me – I’ve had plenty of experience with it in relation to my physical health. Back in 1989, I started to make health-adjustments for the better, especially with what I was eating. …

Are You Stuck on Stupid?

I love this question that I periodically ask myself, as is it encourages me to have a light heart about habits I might need to change. And my oh my – do I have a few of those! Perhaps you can relate to my experience from my late teens/early twenties. I used to find that I’d wake up on a …

Does It Belong in the D-pile?

Let me explain – let’s say you’re digging into today’s tasks, and you come across the one item on your list that you absolutely dread. For me, my terrible-task was being the bookkeeper. So, after several years of much hand-wringing, moaning, resisting and making myself and others miserable whenever the task was on the table, I realized that it actually …

Time for Tapped in, Tuned in, and Turned on in 2019

*Happy New Year* How does starting as we mean to go on fit for you as you enjoy your first few days of this New Year? Consistency is key; although figuring out what we really want so we know where we’re going to, is the first step. The rocking chair test can be a handy tool for pondering this one. …