What not to worry about

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What not to worry about   The Worry Monster First let me introduce you to a whole new thing someone told me about last Thursday at the National Stress Summit I was speaking at – The Worry Monster! This is a picture of one and I am so going to buy one to use at […]

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The danger of dirty hands (spoiler: it’s not about germs)   There’s something I’ve been doing for years and had started to take for granted that I want to share with you this week.  I shared it with my mum, she used it immediately and she thought it was worth sharing too!   Bugs! Bugs. […]

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What’s your burnout risk?   Are you managing your stress, staying calm in a crisis? Or are you feeling frazzled and a bit close the edge? Somewhere in between might seem ok but are you awake?   Staying awake By ‘awake’ I really mean aware. If we don’t stay alert it’s all too easy for […]

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Doing what comes naturally?   There are some things that most definitely came naturally a few thousand years ago that don’t these days… Here’s a test you might be shocked by the ‘right’ answer. Do you ever sit on the sofa instead of heading out to the gym? Do you sometimes get so hungry that […]

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SHE’s always right. Right?   Before I get into that contentious statement, let me ask you this:   Do you set yourself 10 things to do in a day, manage to complete 5 of them and then spend your evening beating yourself up for the 5 you didn’t manage to do? Well here’s a thought… […]

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 Is this the most lied to question ever? You might have lied to this question at one time or another, with the very best of intentions and a whole host of good reasons for telling the lie. What’s the question? How are you? and the lie? “I’m fine!”   Is it ok to lie? Yes of […]

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  New Balls Please!! It’s time to play!   Do you play? How old are your balls? By balls, I mean toys… Do you even HAVE toys any more? I want to ask you when and how you play, if at all? I’ve been working on videos for my online Booster Programme today and I was […]

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Have a wee for me while you’re there!

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  Have a wee for me while you’re there! and other self-care mistakes   “Have a wee for me…” Ever heard this little joke? Like someone could go to the loo for you in the same way as they might make you a cup of tea! Of course they can’t. They come back in the […]

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A little tea and empathy   I’ve got an unexpected new hobby! I’ve never been a big fan of tea. Or coffee for that matter. But I had an experience earlier this month that changed all that. I went to a Chinese Tea Ceremony and got hooked. I’m still not an avid tea drinker, although […]

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Passion Killer or Killer Passion?   Ingrid Bergman was an amazing actor who made 50 films and had 4 children. She worked right up until the end, wanting to finish her last film and died of cancer on her 67th birthday. She clearly had passion for her job and worked even though she was seriously ill. Now, […]

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