Tag: inspiration

Permission to play, with newspaper, teabags and possibly a feather

A key skill of any creative is to be resourceful, especially when right now buying art materials may not be at the top of your list. Instead release your inner artist by using anything and everything you can find around the house to create truly unique pieces of art. You have full permission to play and experiment, it’s going to be fun!

Go with the energy you have; it may just surprise you…

How listening to your gut and assessing your energy each day can really help you focus on the best task for that day…..don’t be a slave to your to do list, instead make it work for you.

Leaping out of my comfort zone!

Just popping in to let you know that my weekly Instagram lives via @psychologiesmagazine start tomorrow! Have a read to find out all about it! xx

Summer Solstice reflections and setting new intentions

As we nudge passed the Summer Solstice point of the year, it’s a great time to reflect on our achievements and celebrate how far we’ve come, even more so in these challenging times. You can then use this knowledge to look forwards, set new intentions, dream big and make the most of the rest of the year…

Becoming best friends with your intuition to guide intention

This week I’m talking about how to use that gut intuition to help guide your intention. Too often we forge ahead with what we think we ‘should’ be doing but if you listen to your intuition and external signs it can be a powerful combination for more focused, heartfelt and authentic intentions.

Digging into fear and why we are feeling it

Examining our fears; how much they can effect us without us even realising and devising an action plan to work through them and keep moving forwards…

The magic power of visualisation…why now is the time to set those dreams free

Visualisation can be a powerful tool in planning the life that you really want…and if ever there is a time to press re-set, it’s now, give yourself permission to really go for it…

Practice makes progress, how to let go of perfection

How to ditch the burden of perfectionism and instead go with practice for progress – the vital ingredient to keep you moving along and enjoying the process

Lessons from lock-down, creating a Self-Care SOS List!

As I’ve been doing lock-down a while now, I just thought I’d share what’s getting me through it, it’s my own Self-care SOS list!

5 days to the end of Chemo….and other interesting numbers!

I’m nearly at the end of chemo and on one insomnia fuelled night I worked out all the medical statistics around treatment! It’s a mountain of numbers and care, for which I’ll be forever grateful…x