If you want to find positives from a year of Covid-19, these six questions will help you discover yours.
Can you learn to ski when you’re adult? Yes, I’m proof of that having my first ski holiday in my early 40s. I didn’t find it easy, there were many falls but also achievements such as completing my first blue run.
Why does it feel like January is the longest month? Is it long dark cold day or our perception? And can we change our thoughts so it feels shorter?
How were November and December for you? How was 2020 as a whole? It was certainly not the year I expected when I started these celebration posts. It has made me look at the posts differently because some months the things I’ve wanted to celebrate have been small and in a normal year may not have been significant. But this year everything is an achievement and should be recognised and celebrated. During November and December Continue Reading …
How were September and October for you? They were not great months for me. In fact, I’ve found them the hardest of the pandemic. I felt I went backwards in many of the routines and good habits I’d created during the previous few months.
The slim habit considers how food impacts how our body works and how our habits can aid these processes to help us achieve and maintain a health weight
Board games are meant to be fun, but it isn’t always easy to learn a new game let alone teach one. Here are 8 steps to help you teach games to children so they want to play.
The wheel of life assessment is a simple exercise. You can use it to show whether your life is in balance or you can go deeper to discover areas you can improve. And actions you can take to move you towards your level 10 life.
Did you make a big achievement in August or did you make continual progress on a large action? What did you start, progress or achieve in August?
Loving yourself in style is a short book covering creativity, style, money and more. It combines the author’s experience of discovering herself with her tips on how we learn the same. A good book to have handy when you’re feeling down, doubting yourself or lacking courage.