These days we are breaking our necks by looking over all the fences around us. Looking at his garden and her garden; at what they're doing compared to us. But all it causes is pain, confusion, dizziness and paralysis. Comparison and choice are sending us mad, but I have a simple tool for hopefully kicking… Continue reading The Dizziness of Choice and Comparison (podcast)
There is a lot of pain in forgetting. If we were able to readily remember all that we've ever felt, seen, heard, tasted, or experienced, we would probably feel a lot less pain because we'd have the power of knowing... Knowledge is comforting, at times. Knowing who we are, what we've done, and what we're capable of goes a long way in removing fear, worry, and pain.
This year I'm realising that my journey, my focus, my mindset is all about self-exploration. My content, therefore, will also be around this idea. Not self-development or self-help, per se, but exploring the self, the world, and life as we know it from all angles... Click to play! xx
It's a new year and a new decade which means it's time for some changes! Every year, most people start off trying to make changes in their lives. However, these can often fall short. I think this usually comes down to a lack of motivation, lack of quick progress, and poorly set goals in the… Continue reading 10 Changes in Awareness to Make in 2020
It's January and now that it's the first Monday of the new year, it's time to get down to business! Here are 8 things that I think will set the right tone for the year if you get started on them straight away in January... Click to play! Happy New Year! xx
I usually do a sort of achievement list at the end of each year. It's a way of patting myself on the back for progressing and achieving and doing good things for myself. But this year hasn't felt so great; I feel I have less to say and share with you guys. So, here's a… Continue reading My Personal List of Good Things From 2019
Here are the achievements and life milestones that I've completed over the last 10 years... 10 A*-C GCSEs achieved Finished the International Baccalaureate with 32 points Did a year of uni (Psychology with Criminology) and received a Certificate of Higher Education Worked at 6 different jobs (part-time, full-time, office, retail) Tried self-employment for a year… Continue reading My Decade at a Glance: 14 to 24 years old