Has anyone noticed that Hollywood released two fairytales within a few months of each other this year? Make that… the SAME fairytale? Mirror Mirror and Snow White and The Huntsman are both very different versions of the classic Snow White and the Seven Dwarves tale, but dude! They’re still the same story! Released at the same time! WHAT? I’ve always felt that Hollywood holds up a mirror to the collective consciousness – literally mirroring where society is currently ‘at’, right back at us – and right now I’m drawing the conclusion that the world is hungry for some good old-fashioned dreams-come-true Happily Ever After.Read More
The questions that seem to be popping up a lot for me personally and for the people around me right now are this: “How do I balance self-care with my looming mountain of to-do’s? How do I incorporate more ‘being’ in and around all the ‘doing?”Read More
I had so much fun chatting to Jayme Barrett. Not only is she one of the bubbliest, most gorgeous people I’ve had the pleasure to interview, but she is so full of gems of wisdom that are guaranteed to inspire.Read More
Have you ever wanted to create change in your life, but you have not been able to make progress? Perhaps you felt stuck where you were and you struggled to move forward? I have experienced this feeing numerous times in my own life, and I see this pattern in my coaching clients all the time.Read More
For the sake of having a brilliant day, I will often kick the morning off by choosing a word that speaks to how I want to feel through the day. Often it’s audacious, or kind, or brave, or vibrant; but at the moment I’ve been choosing to feel vulnerable.Read More
GUEST POST BY IAN GAWLER.
The process of learning to meditate can be summarised into four easy steps. Each one flows quite naturally into the next and together they combine to make up the technique called Mindfulness-Based Stillness Meditation (MBSM). Here are the four steps of MBSM:Read More
Workplace stress is a pretty horrible thing. I would go so far as to say torturous. I have known people to faint at work from stress, break out in rashes and develop all sorts of anxious illnesses. I myself have had something akin to a nervous breakdown thanks to one particular psychotic boss – I once even threw up before I had to go to work!Read More
GUEST POST BY DR GREG SCHREEUWER.
A few years ago, while I was giving a talk to several patients at the chiropractic clinic I was working in, I decided to ask the attendees a question. This question underpins a very large part of my philosophy and how I coach the people I work with. I asked them what they used to do, for fun, when they were kids? At first, I received a few blank stares and people looking at one another for inspiration, but then each person spoke up and shared their childhood delights.Read More
I have been busy recording interviews with some amazing people over the last few months for The Lifestyle Transformation Guide, and I want to give you a sneak peak. So, between now and the launch date in September, I’m going to show you some snippets of these chats. First up is the brilliant Kathryn Budig.
Kathryn Budig is a yogi, a writer, a foodie, and one of the wisest and loveliest people I’ve had the chance to connect with.Read More