Meditation 101 ~ it’s not just for Yogi’s & Woo-Woo Types

Meditation, Mantra’s and Chanting – it’s not just for Yogi’s and Woo-Woo types!
Modern neuroscience is now beginning to discover the relationship between the way words are used and the impact on the functioning of the mind. Find out more >>


The Daily Dump! Why you should keep a Journal + 3 Tips to get started!

Some of the most influential people in history have kept detailed journals of their lives. Those journals served two purposes: a permanent record for posterity, and a cathartic release for the people writing them. Journaling, or the process of recording one’s innermost thoughts, hopes, fears, and desires, is a form of self-expression that leads to all-around better understanding.


3 Tips to Cut the Clutter & Revitalise Your Home & Life!

There are so many different types of Clutter – space clutter (home/office), mind clutter and emotional clutter to name just a few. Today I’m going to share some tips about dealing with the most common form of clutter – Space Clutter, and how to reverse its negative effects on you and your life.


FOOD PORN ~ and 5 Tips for Coping with the Cravings

The term “food porn” is a relatively new concept/term that is the focus of a recent article in Women’s Health Magazine by Teresa O’Rourke. While there are many different definitions of food porn, it can generally be considered glamorised photos of food. 


Emotional Eating SOS ~ How to Recognise the Signs and Break the Cycle

We don’t always eat simply to satisfy hunger. We also turn to food for comfort, stress relief, or as a reward. Unfortunately, emotional eating doesn’t fix emotional problems. It usually makes you feel worse. Afterward, not only does the original emotional issue remain, but you also feel guilty for overeating.

SENSE & SENSITIVITY ~ How to Cope as a Highly Sensitive Extrovert

I happened across this article recently which I found really interesting as it sums me up perfectly. I though you might also find it worth a read 🙂 How to Cope as a Highly Sensitive Extrovert ~ The ups and downs of daily life as a Highly Sensitive Person 1~ by Deborah Ward There are many misconceptions about highly sensitive people, one of which … Read More SENSE & SENSITIVITY ~ How to Cope as a Highly Sensitive Extrovert


Swallow the Frog

You know how it goes…. You wake up in the morning, and there it is. Ribbit! You pour your morning coffee, and there it is looking at you. Ribbit! As you’re working and glance at the clock, there it is looking back at you. Ribbit! It’s that task or project on your To Do List that you just don’t want to do. You know … Read More Swallow the Frog


6 Quick Stress Busters – No Chanting Required

Remember exploring your senses back in school? Grown ups can take a tip from their school lessons by revisiting the senses and learning how they can help us prevent stress overload. Try some of these exercises to identify the sensory experiences that work quickly and effectively to reduce stress for you.


5 Signs that it’s Time for a Change

As the song says, “there’s a fine line between pleasure and pain” – and these are the two main reasons why people make a change… PLEASURE – they see something they want (or want more of), and they go out of their way to get it, and PAIN – they are in, or get to a place they cannot stand for one more minute, … Read More 5 Signs that it’s Time for a Change

Make Things Happen

If you’re ready to get started on your fitness and/or weight loss journey NOW – and get the right results, then maybe some personal 1-to-1 sessions is the way to go. I offer 8 week personal programs to a limited number of clients at any one time to ensure you have my full attention. We’ll have an initial catch up of around 90 mins where we’ll … Read More Make Things Happen


5 Ways to Beat Stress

The other day I was reading up on Stress and came across a really interesting one written by  Dr Mark Hyman that certainly put things into perspective (for me anyway). In the fast paced world that we live in these days, it is something that everyone experiences at some point in time – and some of us know it more intimately than others, but have you ever thought about … Read More 5 Ways to Beat Stress


Where did my Mojo go-go?

What? No one told you when you were 21 and throwing back Vodka Red Bulls, taking recreational drugs, smoking cigarettes and eating kebabs at 2am, that when it all catches up with you the results can be frightening – weight gain, a sluggish metabolism, skin problems and fatigue? Add this to the fast paced, stress filled world that we live in today, the thought … Read More Where did my Mojo go-go?