Not long after Leah lost her wonderful Dad, I moved to Spain- despite being friends for many years we saw each other infrequently but have an enduring friendship that doesn't need constant contact. Leah was one of the first people to visit me in Spain and we spent the time catching up and having fun.… Continue reading Overcoming Grief And Loss- ‘A constant knife through the heart’ – Leah’s Story
Ahh the age old battle of Head Vs. Heart! Most nights before bed I have one to one chats with my kids in the comfort of their own rooms. The topics vary wildly, especially with my 6 year old who has the most vivid ‘imaginarium’ but last week she talked to me about how some… Continue reading A lesson I wish someone had taught me years ago!
"Don't Tell Someone to Get Over It, Help Them Through It" A lovely little image and quote... I'd finish it off with the line 'and come out the other side a better person'. This is the mark of a good coach! Someone who is there for you when you need them but pops an… Continue reading Turn your challenges into opportunities!
I love Simon Sinek! I've been following him for years and his mantra about 'asking for more help is liberating' really resonates at this time of year; people commonly put off making changes in their lives whilst they prioritise enjoying the festive season but when the new year comes we take on all sorts of… Continue reading The Perfect Life is as realistic as Unicorn Poop!
The internet is full of quotes, motivational and thought provoking, but more recently I’ve started to notice a contradiction in their messages. This is one of my favourites. It’s hard to know sometimes when you should ‘carry on’ or ‘move on’. There's an element of fear in both these messages. If I give up, I'm… Continue reading ‘Carry On!’ OR ‘Move On!’???