Anchoring Self Compassion

We often underestimate the power of Self-Compassion in shifting unwanted behaviours and thought patterns. Research indicates that Self-Compassion is one of the greatest sources of strength and resilience that we have available to us, and helps to increase intrinsic motivation to change. For most of us, Self-Compassion is a foreign […]

Cranberry Cookies

Gluten Free. Dairy Free. Freezable. Indulgent.   Ingredients: 3/4 cup of chopped walnuts 1 cup of almond meal 1 cup desiccated coconut 1/4 cup flaxseeds 2tbs honey or maple syrup 1/4 cup coconut oil 1/2tsp bicarb soda mixed into 1tbs water   Method: Combine all ingredients well Shape into small […]

My Top 4 Essential Oils For The Busy Woman

As a woman these days there is an expectation, often created by ourselves through comparison and the consequent deficit mindset, that we are to be the successful working woman, the nourishing and nurturing mother, kind-hearted and emotionally supportive friend, hot stuff wife and well, despite us all knowing that this […]

What have you changed your mind about?

In the short clip below, SoulPancake brought in people ages 0-100 to answer some of life’s big questions. In this episode, they asked the question, “what is something you have changed your mind about?” There are 2 reasons I really love this. Firstly, I believe every now and then, we need to […]

Are we getting it wrong as parents?

Wow. This animated short film Daniel Martínez Lara & Rafa Cano Méndez really got me thinking. In our home, we play a game called ‘society says’. It’s a game that runs constantly and helps me as a parent to question what ‘society says’, and choose which items I wish to […]

Questioning Beliefs

“Sunday is ‘family-day” Interesting. Isn’t it funny how traditions and beliefs continue to show up, regardless of their relevance or useful-ness, when we just go along with everyone and fail to question them. I question everything that is ‘common practice’ these days. And I don’t partake in several things that […]

Micro-Moment #8 – Big Beware….

I am shocked multiple times a week with the lengths companies go to to promote and mislead their consumers. When did humans begin acting out of intentions of greed and deceit over compassion and contribution? This fortnight’s micro-moment is about taking back control of your physical and emotional health through […]

{MICRO-MOMENT #7} Just Because

When you send a card, do you truly send it with the intention of sharing compassion and gratitude? Or do you send it because it’s a societal ‘should’ occasion (i.e. birthday, valentines day, anniversary)? My challenge to you in this fortnight’s Micro-Moment, is to send a ‘just because’ card. With […]

The uncomfortable conversation about why you stay stuck

This comes from a space of compassion, yet I know for many who are less experienced in articulating their feelings and the thoughts behind them, this may not feel compassionate. But it’s the uncomfortable truth!   If you want to change status quo, please, please, please arrange your 50% off contact call. […]

Food marketing – what you need to know!

Gluten free. No artificial colourings or flavourings. Made from real milk fresh daily. Un-fakeable.   Apart from the last comment, all claims are true by this reputable company. But it doesn’t make it a good choice for our body. Let’s unpack this a little……   VANILLA ICE CREAM 10L. Ingredients: […]

Micro-Moment #4 – unsubscribe

As people get closer to the end of their life, or are faced with mortality, the three areas of life which they reflect on are around their growth, experiences + contribution. As we enter a new year, there is opportunity to ‘UNSUBSCRIBE’ and place space between people you follow online AND those […]

What does mindful mean to you?

Mindful. Such a buzz word. Mindfulness is often misunderstood as practices such as meditation and yoga. Whilst they both bring us into a state of mindfulness, what happens to our mindful state the rest of the day or the week, outside of these practices? What I aim to teach through The […]