Encouragement: The Complete Collection

don't quit

Rest, don’t quit

Tiredness. We all feel it. Sometimes we’re tired at the end of a long day. Sometimes we haven’t slept well and struggle to get through our to-do list. And sometimes, we feel that kind of world weary tiredness, right down into our bones. The tiredness that makes it hard to wind down, fall asleep, to

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Slowing yourself down

Slowing down

There’s an epidemic amongst modern women. My colleague, author and nutritional biochemist Dr Libby Weaver, calls it ‘rushing women’s syndrome’ and if you tune in, you might discover that you have fallen prey to it as well. We often don’t realize just how fast we are living our lives, how much we rush everyday, or

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Make your art

Make your art

You are an artist. No I’m not. I can’t paint. I don’t have an artistic bone in my body. I’m not creative. I don’t write. I don’t play. I don’t…..write down the resistance filled blank here. But this is not just what art is. Art is creation. Art is thinking outside the box. Or destroying

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own healing

We must participate in our own healing

We want it done for us. The seven steps, the quick fix, the magic pill. Someone to not just tell us what to do or how to do it, but to actually do it for us. We just want it to be easy. But often it isn’t. We have to participate in our own healing.

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Everything is progress

Everything is progress

Sometimes we feel like only the big steps matter. That only when we achieve a major milestone are we actually moving forward. But in truth, every single thing you do is progress. The smallest thing you ticked off your to do list today is inching you closer to your goal. And whenever you are being

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what's possible

See what’s possible

Picture this: A woman sits in front of me. She is amazing, but doesn’t fully realize it. We start talking. She has come to see me for coaching because she wants more for her career than what she is experiencing. Secretly, she actually wants more for her life. She feels stuck. Stifled. And more than

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