Welcome to my personal growth blog! Here I share lessons on mindset, self-improvement, psychology, mental health, relationships and a lot more. Writing is a tool to figure things out, and I have a lot of figuring out to do. Hop on the newsletter and we can learn together. 🙂
Every year I select my three words that will serve as guideposts for my efforts. I take time to reflect on the past year, what worked and what didn’t. I gain a clear picture of what I want the next year (and beyond) to look like.
Some activities are more than just relaxing or enjoyable. They nourish us at a far deeper level too. They help us build up resilience to life’s daily stresses and strains.
The befriending meditation is one of my favourite parts of the program. It’s time to treat yourself with kindness and self-compassion!
The Exploring Difficulty meditation very gently invites you to bring unsettling situations to mind and then observe how your body reacts.
The Sounds and Thoughts meditation reveals how you can be sucked unwittingly into overthinking.
The mindful movement meditation helps you reconnect with your body and anchors you in the present moment. Discover the wisdom of your body and learn to value the TV again.
Do you want to be more present in your daily life? In the second week of the Mindfulness Program, you will practice the Body Scan meditation.
It’s that time of the year when the stresses and worries start to pile up. Are you feeling it, too? I like to practice mindfulness during this period to keep my sanity and look after my health. Over the next eight weeks, I’ll be sharing meditations, main concepts and mindfulness practices.
Average people lead average lives. You, I’m guessing, don’t want to be average. You want to be great, you believe you can be remarkable. That means you need to take in extraordinary ideas and act on them… without even thinking about it… day in and day out.
Listening to audio is one of my favourite ways to learn because you can do it whenever you want. I share three top tips to help you get the most out of your audio.