Posts tagged self worth

Words can change lives

WORDS CHANGE LIVES (1)

Sometimes just a passing comment changes everything, never underestimate the power of the spoken word. Just this week alone two people have said something that to them would have meant nothing at all to them, no malice was involved, nor was any disrespect shown, their passing comments meant no harm. Yet the power of these […]

5 Ways to De-stress

5 Ways to De-stress

Get outside  Getting out side and removing yourself from any stressful environment is a quick way to reduce anxiety and stress levels. Get outside and breath in fresh air, hear the sounds of nature, feel the earth beneath your feet. Take your shoes off and walk on the grass or head to the beach and […]

Let go now and move forward in life

Let go now and move forward in life

Life is a wonderful journey full of enjoyment for all those chose to live rather than exist. So when we feel yourself stuck and lacking enjoyment in life perhaps it is because you need to let go of the baggage that weighs you down. Let go of these 5  things and feel the weight lift […]

Love who you are

Love who you are

The most amazing thing about each of us is our uniqueness. Yes we share similarities with others but our true self is unique. There is only one you, never will there be another and this is something to be celebrated. We have within inside each of us a beauty that only we possess. It was […]

New Habits Create Lasting Results

New Habits Create Lasting Results

3 days into New Year how are you resolutions going? Are you going strong …….Hanging on to a few …. Or have you already said I can’t do this and found a convenient excuse to blame failure on? If you are going strong keep going work that willpower muscle and pat yourself on the back […]

Stuck in the past – stop picking at i...

live now

We have all done it spent too much time dwelling on the past, past mistakes, hurts, choices, indecisions. All the time setting a mindset of regret and setting up bad moods and feelings about who we are as a person. Too often we find ourselves dwelling of what could have been rather than focusing on […]