Lunchbreak Inspiration – Brene Brown

If you haven’t checked out TED for some intelligent inspiration and entertainment I cannot recommend TED.com enough. TED is full of 5-20 minute informative talks on a huge range of subjects from many inspiring people of today.

So, I enjoyed this recently by Brene Brown - The Power of Vulnerability. It really gets you thinking about what [...]

Stuff Your Pompoms!

I liked this rant – about feminism and cheerleading and whether it’s a ’sport’ or not… Because cheerleading is now considered a sport in 37% of UK schools!

Check out  The Observer editorial here.

Sadly I found this article too late to comment – otherwise I would have added that one of the things that drives me [...]

Excited and Personal Update!

So, you may have noticed  I’ve been keeping a low profile lately. I’ve been busy both recovering from major surgery and enjoying the summer.

AND I’ve been making some changes and taking action! Recuperating from surgery gave me plenty of time to think about what I want to do with my life, what I enjoy, learn [...]

GUEST POST: Navigating Sanity in an Increasingly Fear-driven World

I received this article recently from Christina Sestan – a fellow life coach – and thought it was great! So I’m sharing it here for you guys to benefit from too.

Have you flown into the US lately? Notice anything different? Perhaps a flight attendant poked her head into the lavatory to see what was taking [...]

Guilty as Charged?

Part of my ‘journey’ was (and still is) about setting fewer ‘rules’ and being more spontaneous. So, this morning I was reading about guilt – and found it so helpful that I decided to spontaneously share my learnings about guilt with you right away!

I don’t know about you, but one of my struggles with understanding guilt [...]