The Gratitude Journal: April ’19

Happy April guys! A gentle reminder for this month- “we are so focused on surviving that we forget that we have survived” – Chanel James Remember all those times when you thought you wouldn’t make it through yet you survived? All those days when carrying on felt seemingly impossible? You made it through the hardestContinue reading “The Gratitude Journal: April ’19”

January 2019: The Gratitude Journal

It’s the first month of 2019! I just want to send out a gentle reminder to kick start the year;  Every experience of rejection you face brings you closer to yourself. Do you know why? Because it forces you to decide whether to base your worth on that negative experience or use it to strengthenContinue reading “January 2019: The Gratitude Journal”

Lack of Self-Belief: Personal Confessional and Tips to Help

  Is your lack of self-belief holding you back? You might want to create a wonderful life for yourself but a part of you feels like you are not good enough to achieve it. As 2018 is coming to an end I think it’s the perfect time to talk about something that can really haveContinue reading “Lack of Self-Belief: Personal Confessional and Tips to Help”

Toxic Family

There comes a time when you start to analyze your family relationships and ask yourself whether they are fulfilling or not.  It’s painful to admit that certain family members are toxic and don’t always have our best interest at heart. You might have to make a decision whether to cut ties completely or maintain aContinue reading “Toxic Family”

Social Media is draining: How to preserve your energy and keep engaged online.

Do you sometimes feel drained by social media? You experience days where being online felt more like an obligation than fun. However, it feels impossible to escape due to your personal and career goals.  We all know the importance of online branding and posting content frequently to engage with other like-minded people. There’s a whole industryContinue reading “Social Media is draining: How to preserve your energy and keep engaged online.”