It might be hard for you to imagine now, but as a young child, I can bet that you always knew what you wanted. To get what you wanted, you naturally expressed yourself through crying, sounds, words, gestures and body language. And if you didn’t need adult support to get what you wanted, you just…

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Have you ever contemplated who you really are? Beyond your name, gender and job? Beyond your passing thoughts, emotions and experiences? Beyond your past story and current beliefs? Since all these things are processed by the mind, let’s start there. What is the mind exactly? Well, according to Wikipedia, the mind is ‘the set of cognitive faculties…

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Self-love. It’s being spoken about quite a lot these days, which is great. But it can still be misunderstood or not really taken seriously. What I’ve learnt is that real self-love isn’t a fleeting activity, or something you do here and there. Instead, it is an ongoing commitment and an ever-evolving journey, just like life,…

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You know what you want. You want to feel truly happy and at peace in your own skin, both when you’re around other people AND when you’re alone. You want to express yourself freely, confidently and more in the moment. You want to be able to manage your thoughts and emotions; to break free from…

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Are you passionate about health and wellness? Would you love to help others create healthy, balanced lives? Do you dream of having a career that is flexible, meaningful, inspiring and truly makes a difference? If you answered ‘YES!’ to those, then we have a lot in common and I’d love to share with you my…

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When you wake up each morning, what’s the first thing you start thinking about? Might I be right in assuming it’s your to do list; meetings and appointments; house chores and responsibilities; stresses and worries about the future? How about when you finish your working day or when you get into bed each night? How…

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From a very early age, my school reports would repeatedly comment on my quietness and my lack of contribution in class. These kinds of comments didn’t really affect me until I entered my teens and started high school. My quiet, introverted nature became more obvious as I compared myself to my outgoing, seemingly confident peers.…

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If someone were to call you ‘highly sensitive,’ how would you feel about it? I know in the past I would have taken it as an offence, as I’ve always associated it with being overly (and outwardly) emotional, touchy and perhaps even explosive at times. For this reason, I’ve never considered myself as ‘highly sensitive’…

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As an introvert, I know all too well the many struggles we “quiet ones” are prone to experiencing. Until now however, there’s one struggle that I have not yet revealed to anyone but my partner. Today I feel the courage to share it in the hope that it brings awareness, relief, and support to anyone…

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