Today's ramble is about what we are actually here to do and about the radical idea that maybe we're not here to produce and serve and compete... Click to play! xx
Today I am discussing overwhelm, the fear of missing out and the plethora of options available to us in this modern world and how that all feels! Can we commit to things in life or are there just too many options available to us nowadays? Click to play! xx
This is the final and most important post I'll do in the Undoing Series which tackled our societal problem with competing, controlling and creating an image for ourselves and our lives. PerfectionismRelentless and toxic social media useOversharingPretending to be things we're notPuffing up/showing offComparing ourselves to othersHustle and grind (exhaustion as a badge of honour… Continue reading How to Undo the Control, Compete, Create Conditioning
I very much value simplicity and prioritisation. I like to know I have only a few things to focus on, rather than a scary, hefty list. This is some new advice on ways you might simplify your goals, habits, and to-dos while still getting things done each day. Click to play! xx
Continuing with the Undoing Series, today I want to talk about how we are all acting! Yes, that’s right, you deserve an Oscar for the performance you’re always putting on. Let me explain… Even the most authentic, real and honest people will have acted differently at some point. Why? Because different people, places and situations… Continue reading Undoing Series: Performance Culture
Continuing the Undoing Series, I wanted to talk about our obsession with competition, even for things we don’t actually need or want to “win” at. As the title suggests, I mean how we compete over who has it worse! It’s ridiculous, right, but I bet you’ve said the following before: Well I didn’t sleep at… Continue reading Undoing Series: I’m better than you because my problems are worse… erm what?!
I am going to make a massive generalisation and say that many of us in the Western world are struggling (or have) with perfectionism. This is not a diagnosis or anything, but I think many of us want to (or try to) be perfect and can often take this too far. Have you ever thought… Continue reading Undoing Series: Our Perfectionist Culture
I wanted this to be the first post in the Undoing series because it’s the most important. If you don’t read any others, that’s fine, but this one will help you with all the other areas because it’s more of a tool than a concept or abstract idea. When it comes to feeling low about… Continue reading Undoing Series: Reality Checking