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How to combat FOMO (the fear of missing out)

Do you ever find yourself dropping something you wanted to do, heading off to do something else more exciting instead; only to find when you get there the allure of the tantalising new offer didn’t meet up to your hopes and expectations? Or perhaps you find yourself keeping multiple options open, only to realise at the last minute you’ve spread yourself too thinly, or feel so overwhelmed you make no … Continued

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The catharsis of cleaning up

Last Summer I moved from a rambling five bedroom country cottage in Cornwall, to a sunny room in South London. Not for the first time in my life I found myself condensing everything I owned. As I packed I wondered what to keep, what I really needed and what it was time to let go of. I don’t know about you, but I find the more space I have the … Continued

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Surviving the void

  The void was vast. A space that stealthily crept in and compressed me with it’s weight. Heavy and bleak like the Winter around me, I felt empty and lost. What should I do? My inner compass spun around furiously with no north to anchor it. My normal reference points had vanished, there was nothing but space. As my mind mind raced with ways to fill the void, I heard … Continued

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You can’t deny your destiny

There are a lot of things written about purpose.  Search online and countless articles appear about defining it, losing it, aligning with it or what to do if you don’t think you even have one! In fact I would be the first person to want to talk with you about your purpose in a coaching session. There’s nothing more life defining than it dropping quietly into place. I was working … Continued

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My secret love affairs

I embarked on two love affairs when I was a child. The first was with the ocean. The power of enormous waves crashing against the exposed Cornish coastline reflected the turbulence roaring around my tiny body. I knew she could take me at any time, as I danced with death in the depth of a winter storm. Her ferocity helped me know I was alive. Face salty from tears and … Continued

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Love letters

I had been driving for hours but was far from flowing. A parking ticket that was so avoidable; a dink in the side of the car after a little scuffle with a cyclist, and decent sized telling off from a black cab driver for causing complete carnage at a rather confusing junction. No I was not in my flow. A friend asked if I needed anything, “just to go to … Continued

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You can’t hold onto happiness

Watching the sunrise over Bangkok’s city skyline I felt it radiating through my body. That elusive feeling which is so precious – happiness. In spite of the intense traffic which meant I was late for a client meeting, I could feel the warmth rising from the pit of my stomach and spreading across my chest in a golden glow. Things in my life weren’t perfect. There were challenges, but nothing … Continued

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Giving up the struggle

Last year I gave up.  Gave up trying to do it all. I was replying to some friends on a Facebook message.  Both of them hold a special place in my heart.  Neither of them I’d seen for far too long. The guilt cut deep. At the time I barely felt on top of my life.  Emails, texts, LinkedIn, Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, What’s App, Skype.  It’s exhausting just writing about it, and … Continued

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Are you shrinking or expanding your life?

Recently I was sharing my experiences of living, working and travelling in Asia. Excitedly I spoke about the highs and lows of my two month Winter adventure; cultures witnessed, encounters experienced, and most importantly how both myself and my business had grown in a short time. “Now it’s back to reality” they reflected. I paused for a moment, although I already knew the answer: “No this is my reality” I replied. … Continued

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Finding yourself after a break up

The pain cracked him, I saw the man I loved torn in two as I broke the news. I was leaving. It felt devastating for us both. The inevitable question, “why?” asked with downcast eyes, and a deep knowing that this time there was nothing to fight for. The decision was made. Our relationship was over. It hurts doesn’t it? That painful point when two people who come together in … Continued

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