Approach to Life

Dealing with Overwhelm: Stay On-Track – Part Two

In Dealing with Overwhelm - Part One, we started to break down the ways in which we could deal with overwhelm, so that you can stay on-track and meet your goals. These included recognising the symptoms, acknowledging it for what it is, planning your days in order to reduce it and tips for managing procrastination. This week, we’ll be look at the importance of re-prioritising, chunking things down, and finally revising where you are at this point in time and determining to let go of the things that no longer serve you. We’re halfway there: see what happens when we put the rest of the steps in...

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Dealing with Overwhelm – Part One

It’s February. Way back in 2016 you made a solemn promise to yourself that 2017 was going to be the year you were going to get things done. You were going to make more progress in your business than ever before. On top of that, you were going to exercise more, eat less and have more fun! You’ve done your homework, you planned everything ages ago and swore you’d stay on track so that you didn’t get overwhelmed at all. Now, with deadlines looming like a tidal wave, you realise you’re in danger of drowning. The waters of anxiety and overwhelm are already rising up around your ankles. You know...

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Be the Change…..

The Lindt Chocolate Cafe in Sydney's Martin Place used to be a place where people went for a little extra indulgence and delight.  Among the many cafes and coffee shops in the area, it exuded charm and was an extra special place to meet for a treat, whether it be a great coffee, a deluxe hot chocolate or one of the many goodies Lindt is renowned for.  I'd often meet my daughter and/or friends there after I'd finished seeing clients in my Hypnotherapy/Coaching practice just around the corner in Macquarie Street.  I used the Westpac bank literally doors up from it on the other side of the...

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How to Feel Empowered When Your World’s Falling Apart

This month's guest post is by the wonderful Keri Kight.  She has some wonderful tips for feeling re-empowered during those times when nothing seems to be going right.  Thank you, Keri, for giving us permission to acknowledge that it's okay to give voice to our frustrations during down times, followed by tips on how we can then pick ourselves up again. Best friends. Home. Our pets. Our big, comfy chair. These are the things we run to when the going gets tough. We all have our comforts, our loves, and the things that fill our hearts and souls.   But sometimes we find ourselves feeling...

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Don’t Shoot the Messenger

Brain blurts and messages For the past couple of weeks, I've been writing 'morning pages', which involves three pages of longhand writing every morning, to dump all of the stuff going around in your brain onto paper to make way for more creativity.  It's the brainchild of Julia Cameron, whose book, "The Artist's Way", I bought as an extra special treat for myself.  I've been going along dutifully writing every day without it having much of an effect on me externally, sometimes having to force myself because I've had nothing to say and at other times a little disappointed that the three pages...

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