Who would have thought 2020 would have turned out like this? We are ALL living amidst a global pandemic. Everyone has been and still is affected in one way or another. We are all busy adapting to changes, big and small. So no wonder, the lockdown year of 2020 has impacted our confidence levels. Read on for some tips of looking after your confidence in an uncertain year.
Anyone else love running? I’ll be honest, I’ve never been interested in running as a way of looking after myself. I lean more towards yoga. So recently I’ve decided to try out some new things to look after my mental (and physical) health. I did something I have NEVER done before. I decided to go for a run…
Career opportunities come and go. Read on for five top tips on creating your own career opportunities. Whether we work at a company, run our own businesses or lead our households we all have careers. Continue reading
“Keep staying in your lane”
At the Lucky Things Meet Up in January 2017, we heard one of the UK’s leading mindfulness experts Dr. Tamara Russell chat about everyday tips on looking after ourselves. Tamara also talked to us about the value of setting intentions. When Tamara and I first planned our talk together, hearing her views on why intentions were helpful made sense. It completely changed my own outlook on setting goals.
Here are some highlights from the talk and why Tamara encourages us to focus on our intentions rather than goals. I’ve also shared how I’ve started to use intentions more. As a intro, here’s what Tamara’s has to say about intentions in her book Mindfulness in Motion (Watkins, 2015). Continue reading
Success is a huge word. It means so many different things. It affects us whether we’re juggling our careers, studies, parenthood, creative projects or even our own health. Success can be a real driver to get things done or reach a certain benchmark in our lives. So why is it important to define your success before you move towards what you want from different corners of your life? Continue reading
Imposter syndrome is all about doubting your own skills, strengths and talents. You can even make yourself believe that you’re not good enough as others. You may feel like a fraud when you’re trying to hustle through your work, business or other priorities. So here’s some tips to deal with imposter syndrome. Continue reading
Back in June 2017, we had a great time hanging out at the first Lucky Things Meet Up in Bristol. Many of us travelled from across the South West as well as the rest of the country. We met at the The Square Club for an afternoon of catching up. The #luckythingsmeetup events are just for women and it’s all about bringing people together and hearing top tricks to boost our confidence. Bristol is a city I’ve grown up with as I have lots of family there. So, Bristol has been on my Lucky Things Meet Up location wish list for a while. Continue reading