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Living a fantastic life through intention, space and self-care

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Wellbeing

Wellbeing is a hot topic and probably will be for the rest of time. As life gets busier, we get more connected (yet feel disconnected) our wellbeing is more important than ever. I have been on a rollercoaster journey with my wellbeing from depression, self hatred and family issues. It’s now the one thing I focus on the most. How do I feel every single day? If I’m not well or happy, what am I doing to change that. I do it through various means and I’ll talk about them here.

Why I don’t really drink anymore…..

I was recently asked if why I don't drink as much anymore is because I live a plant based lifestyle. Interestingly, I haven't been asked this question before, but I have been asked a lot about my lack of drinking,... Continue Reading →

Finding balance again….

It’s been two months and I am only just starting to feel like myself again and starting to settle back into full-time work and getting back into the swing of the Monday to Friday 9-5 grind. My last contract ended... Continue Reading →

My Chi Journey – Ubud, Bali

In today's world we always look for instant gratification, quick fixes, instant happiness. Unfortunately, it doesn't work like that. Happiness and pure joy must be found inside ourselves for it to be lasting. After attending the My Chi Journey retreat in... Continue Reading →

Happiness is…

Walking along the beach watching a dog blissfully play Sleep ins and coffee in bed Dog cuddles at any time of the day Dozing off on the couch in the early afternoon Spending time with your significant other, friends or... Continue Reading →

The trap of busyness…

Last week I finished my 13-month contract and I have two and a half months until I look for my next piece of work. It was a deliberate decision to take the time off to relax and travel through Europe.... Continue Reading →

Why am I doing this?

In four weeks time I am running the Cigna Round the Bays half marathon. In 2016 I ran the same event and it was my first half marathon. It was a horrific experience, but I still got my medal (and... Continue Reading →

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