#17| The Power of “No”

Last week we touched on priorities, values and responding to demands. Today I want to delve into the power of No and why I think you should use this often seen as a negative word more often. Here are just 3 powers No holds: 1. No sets boundaries! It is the tool in which we establish and maintain limits that protects our […]

#15 | I Pushed Over My Teacher

I enjoyed secondary school, probably abit too much. I don’t think a day went by without me being in a fit of laughter. It was good times. To my teachers this was annoying and disruptive, this resulted in me having a behaviour mentor pretty quickly. I mean I wasn’t mad about it, it came with […]

11# | Worry: 5 A Day & I’m Not Talking About Fruits (4/4)

In 2011, my late Father was diagnosed with Motor Neurone Disease, a rare terminal muscles wasting disease. It’s the same disease Stephen Hawkings lived with. Within 6 months of being diagnosed, my Dad had lost his ability talk, walk or move any part of his body. We were told he doesn’t have long to live. […]

#7|Worry: I Partly Blame Evolution (1/4)

The dictionary defines the word worry as ‘the state of being anxious and troubled over actual or potential problems’. Sound familiar? Statistically, the UK has one of the highest percentage of worriers in Western Europe and I’m proud to say I’m apart of this statistic. I am a worrier. I worry about anything and everything. […]

#3|6 Annoying Things You’re Probably Guilty Of.

Now I’m the first to put my hand up to say I’m guilty of all of these, but that won’t stop me moaning at everyone else who does!:) 1. Holding the door open for someone who’s far away. I mean, holding the door is a beautiful gesture, but sisters and brothers, when I’m forced to […]

#2|A Message From An Egg!

My friend invited me to their grandparents farm house for Sunday lunch. I must have been 13 at the time so I was quite excited. After eating, his grandfather asked if I wanted to see the animals he had. I really wanted to say “no I’ll pass”, as the only animals I was into was […]

#1|Victim Of Distraction

I cannot recall the amount of times I’ve went to the shops to buy something and I come back with a bag full of everything I DON’T need! Thank Consumer Rights Act 2015 for your returns policy. Have you planned to do something but somehow and at the most inconvenient time your attention is deterred, […]