Tag: psychology

Use a ‘Wheel of Emotions’ to Find Out What You’re Really Feeling

Getting married is a stress test for all of the relationships in your life. My husband-to-be, Ally, and I have been going through a rollercoaster ride of emotions as we uncover the friendships and family relationships that are less balanced in terms of our investment than we realised. This of course happens throughout life, but

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How To Overcome Writer’s Block To Share Your Message

The struggle is real. Anyone who has ever written anything wordy – like an essay, dissertation or book – will know the frustration of writer’s block. It’s something that we will all face during our writing career, no matter how brief it may be! In the last year that I’ve been writing full-time, I’ve faced

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What if you need LESS Clutter and MORE Clarity?

We all want a suitable space for us to grow and flourish in. Without room to expand, we will most likely stay within the confines of the current world that we see around us. Space is the gap where growth can happen! And when we have space to think, we have room to step forward into

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8 Unusual Habits of Highly Successful People

We make our habits and then our habits make us. How we spend our days is what distinguishes the billionaires from the millionaires from the average Joe/Joanne. The super successful elite have learnt the skills of time management and prioritisation, as well as the biggest success secret of all – a winning mindset. They practice, embrace

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A Guide To Boundaries For Empaths & Sensitive People

Boundaries are the invisible rules that we write to define how much of our energy other people have access to. You’ll already be familiar with what it feels like when someone oversteps your boundaries. Whether it’s a mother-in-law who turns up unannounced, a child who sleeps in your bed more than you’d like, or a

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How To Uncover Your Life Purpose

Floundering, lost and frustrated. These are just a few of the emotions that I used to feel regularly before I finally touched upon why on Earth I am here. After meandering through multiple careers and venturing into various industries, I slowly edged closer and closer to what felt like the embodiment of “me”. Life is

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