Does your health insurance plan pay?

For many years now some of the larger companies and organisations in the UK have made available health insurance plans and policies to their employees. Either paying for these plans outright or making a joint contribution to them with their employees. Often, health insurance plans are incorporated as part of […] Read more »

How can reflexology help manage stress levels?

Reflexology is an ancient art dating back thousands of years. It was first practised by the Indian, Chinese and Egyptian peoples. Reflexology works on the principle that all organs and glands of the body are represented by reflex points on the feet, hands and face. By applying pressure to these […] Read more »

How to survive the school holidays

Schools break up for their annual 6 weeks’ holidays and whether you’re a stay-at-home or a working parent there are going to be changes to your routine and for your children too. This period can sometimes leave you feeling overwhelmed. Here are 5 tips that will help you prepare yourself […] Read more »

Coaching and Coaxing the Clutter Away

What problems clutter can cause As simplistic as it may sound, too much clutter in your life can be a symptom – and also a cause – of stress. As the saying goes, “Tidy house, tidy mind”. Being surrounded by disorganised piles of papers, to-do lists, things you have hoarded […] Read more »

Caring for yourself when caring for others

Do you find it difficult to carve time out of your busy day for yourself? Are you constantly putting the needs of others before your own? At the end of each day do you fall into bed feeling drained and exhausted hoping that you will have more energy tomorrow but […] Read more »

Are you mindful or is your mind full?

Over recent months the words mindful and mindfulness have become buzz words and we are being advised to be mindful and live in a more mindful way, but what does it mean? The Cambridge English Dictionary describes mindfulness as …. the practice of being aware of your body, mind and […] Read more »

Stress Awareness – Today & Every Day

April is National Stress Awareness month. A month when we are encouraged to look at how stress is affecting our work and family life and look at what we can do about reducing it. We all encounter stressful situations and we’ve all seen colleagues and fellow business owners displaying signs […] Read more »

Barriers to success

On 1st January I set myself 3 challenges and on 31st January they were all completed. My challenges required daily actions and focused around yoga, meditation and journaling.  These three activities I regularly suggest to my clients as they can all help to reduce stress and anxiety and they help […] Read more »

Keeping gratitude alive in your life

For most of us life is good and although we may not always appreciate it, every day, there is so much to be grateful for. But when life throws us a curve ball in the form of a challenging situation it can be easy to forget all the good times […] Read more »