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Is Your Why Big Enough?

Is Your Why Big Enough?

Is your why big enough? What’s your why? What’s the thing that keeps you going no matter how hard it gets, how much you want to quit,  or when it feels like what you’re doing isn’t working, because you don't see instant results or when you're bored, or you’d rather...

5 New Years Resolutions That Stick

5 New Years Resolutions That Stick

Here’s 5 Easy Ways to Stick to your New Year Resolutions. If you’re tired of repeating the same cycles over and over without getting results.

Think resolutions don’t work, because you can’t stick to them. Then, you may avoid setting them, but it doesn’t have to be this way.

These tips work because most people set themselves up by creating complicated resolutions without a plan and then they fail. Which is why this is a simple plan you can follow!

My 5 Easy Ways to Stick to your New Year Resolutions. The perfect to kick start 2020 feeling your: healthiest, happiest, most sexiest self!

Here’s your perfectly achievable New Year’s plan:

Never Enough Time?

Never Enough Time? Is everyday an endless list of things to do, which never get done? Do you rush from thing to thing barely present when you get to the one, and then off to the next and not present there either? Do you feel frustrated and secretly sad this seems like...

What if your 19 year old self reached out for help?

Many of us may have heard the message, (what I’m doing isn’t working), years before we decide to get help, but we may not have listened, we may have decided to push through telling ourselves we can do it ourselves. But then we finally say I give and admit, “what I’m doing isn’t working and I need help to do something different”.

Struggling To Change?

When we’re stuck in our story, it’s impossible to see a way out. I tried for years but as Einstein said “The mind that created the problem can not fix the problem”. We can’t see the situation any differently than our own point of view. Which is why we need others who can see beyond our story and show us possibilities where none seemed possible before.

The Cost Of Death

Last week my dad died three months short of his 95th birthday. Youngest of four I was privileged to have him to myself more than the other 3. I was definitely a “daddy’s girl”. My dad loomed large in my life, with his large frame, 5’11 fluctuating weight sometimes topping 250 and because my dad made the decisions in our house. His joy of seeing me and my fear of displeasing him fueled my decisions for years.