Focus With A Bonus 

Focused photography of Fi drinking water

This one’s a deceptively simple, seemingly little-known secret. I missed it myself for the longest time. However, I’m now consistently onto it as it’s such a valuable KPI (key performance indicator). The value this tip offers is multi-fold – including helping to increase our ability to focus our minds, reduce irritability, improve memory, and can even aid digestion. Any guesses? …

4 Steps to Reduce Stress

One of the many things I appreciate about these 4 simple steps to help us reduce the negative effects of stress, is that they’re fast working – which has to be good. They can be ideal for those moments when we feel there’s too much on our plate, and we’re ‘doing’ overwhelmed. So, next time you’re swept up in stress, …

The Real Humdinger

I particularly love this word ‘humdinger’ as it’s one my mum used a lot, and it was a ubiquitous part of our family jargon. So I was delighted when it popped up recently whilst I was reading You’re a Bad Ass by Jen Sincero. This week, we’re all about focus, and the real humdinger that I’ve found when it comes …

Thoughts Become All Sorts of Things

Have you ever found yourself juggling things as you go through your day, and getting a sense that steam is coming out of your ears as it all starts to feel too much – and asking yourself ‘have I lost it?’ And if so – have you ever been at a loss as to what to do with yourself to …

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 …