Tam Johnston Wednesday Worry tips This weeks tip seems so simplistic for some people that its often skipped through or disregarded. Yet, it is vital in reducing anxiety, panic, stress and tension symptoms and for 'resetting' the mind and body. When stress,...
Tam Johnston Wednesday Worry tips Part of stopping the cycle of anxiety being constantly present is to find a way to contain it. Read on to discover how. There are some circumstances in life that are naturally going to cause concern and of...
Tam Johnston Wednesday Worry tips Taking back control in anxiety is a vital part of championing it. I'll be elaborating more on the 'how' to do this as we progress through the series, but today we'll explore a useful way to progress from being at...
The effect of our internal narrative | What’s your story? What narrative are you living by? It influences everything about how we live so it’s worth paying attention to. Let’s find out what it is and how to change it.
New Year, New You | Do you need an update?
How to make happiness a habit | I share 8 top tips for increasing and maintaining happiness
It’s Blue Monday, a day that we tell ourselves we’re allowed to be miserable. So much so in fact, we’ve actually scheduled it into our calendars! But what if every Monday is Blue Monday for you?
As we near the end of the year we tend to find ourselves in a reflective mood.
Ask yourself these questions to get the best out of the year gone by and to help set you up to work on being your best in the upcoming New Year.
Anger has become taboo in our society. It’s seen as a sign of being out of control. What if it’s not the anger that needs managing but the source?
It’s easy for stress to start taking over at work. If we’re not careful and aware of the potential for healthy pressure to slip into overwhelm, it can creap up on us. It’s so much easier to prevent and be in control of our pressures than it is to try and manage them when they’ve already got under our skin. Get ahead of the game with these pointers.
As humans we like to make things fit with what we already know. It’s easiest that way. Yet what if we are continuing to prove what we thought about ourselves in the noughties and failing to realise that we’ve come along way since then. What do we miss out on? Sometimes we need to take a fresh look and engage our inner Sherlock Holmes.
We’re celebrating and wanted to share the good news and our thanks with you.