You’ve probably heard the term “self-care” used a lot lately. It’s become a popular buzzword in the media and in personal development circles. However, you still may be unclear on what it means. While the concept does involve taking care of yourself, it actually goes much deeper. Read on to learn what self-care is, why… Continue reading Why Self-Care matters and super simple ways to treat yourself
Self-care is a process. It requires practice and dedication if you want to make it stick. Don’t get discouraged if it takes time to make this new concept a part of your life. It’ll get easier, and you’ll probably find yourself craving your self-care activities so much you’ll wonder how you ever lived without them.… Continue reading Tips To Continue To Take Care Of Yourself Going Forward
In yesterday’s post, we touched on the fact that many people feel guilty for spending time and resources on self-care. There are a lot of complex reasons for this within our society. Despite what anyone else may say, you deserve to focus on your own needs. In fact, it’s good for those you love when… Continue reading Don’t Feel Guilty For Practicing Self-Care
Lots of people get the wrong idea about self-care. They think they have to be deserving of it. They feel like it’s splurging to do something good for yourself. It can seem extravagant. I’d like to change that mindset today. Self-care is something you deserve. Everyone does. It benefits us all, along with those around… Continue reading Self-Care Doesn’t Have To Cost Anything
Beneficial habits like self-care often go by the wayside during stressful times. It can be difficult to focus on anything but the bare minimum when life gets hard. The fact is, though, that these are the days when you most need to take care of yourself. One way to have a self-care toolkit to help… Continue reading Make A List Of 5 Simple Self-Care Routines You Can Fall Back On When Needed
In yesterday’s blog post, I shared ways to get started with self-care. Creating habits and adding activities to your calendar help increase your chances of sticking with your new routine. Another way to keep things interesting is to treat yourself to things you’ve always wanted to do. Adding new and novel experiences to your self-care… Continue reading Try Something new today to care for yourself
Like any new habit, adding self-care into your life can seem kind of tricky. You probably wonder how you’ll manage to find time to do anything extra for yourself, let alone how you’ll actually remember to do these things. One of the best ways to get started is to build your activities into predictable parts… Continue reading Start and End your Day with a little Self Care
The Irock process kicks of with an invitation to an inquiry. Listen deeply to what is being said and what is not being said. Listen for insights. Keep an open mind and let go of the need to be right. Consider that alternative possibilities may exist at the same time. Ask yourself really good questions,… Continue reading Irock+ Method
Archetypes are derived from the work of renowned psychologist, Carl Jung and more recently Carol Pearson. An archetype is a behavioural pattern that occurs across cultures, time and space so often, that it becomes a universal human experience. Although many different archetypes have been mapped (over 300), I prefer to work with the combination of… Continue reading What is your dominant archetype?
Sales Tips for Reluctant Sales People Would it come as a surprise to you if I said we’re all sales people? It’s true. Every time you have a prospective client on a discovery call, you’re making a sales pitch. Every time you send an email or write a blog post with an offer, you’re making… Continue reading Sales tips for reluctant sales people
Being a high-performance individual and expecting a lot from yourself is no bad thing. Hard work is no bad thing, especially if it results in better outcomes for you and your family. But what is a bad thing, is working so hard that you neglect to look after your own health. This is why it… Continue reading Why you need to sometimes give yourself a break.
Self-Care is very much a trending hashtag at the moment, with more and more people signing up to the notion that sometimes it is pertinent to turn their attention to themselves and to look after their health and psychological well-being. What most of us will tend to associate with this notion, is taking hot baths,… Continue reading The top ways that working out/training is ideal self care
Mindfulness is a currently trending topic that describes the importance of being aware of your own thoughts, and where you are directing your attention. The argument is that by controlling your awareness and focus, you can actually control the way you respond to events in your life – to become happier, calmer, and better. This… Continue reading Is there a dark side to mindfulness?
Want more proof that self-care is critical? How about the fact that your emotions affect everything. What do I mean by that? Simple: your emotions control and influence everything from your health and your sense of wellbeing, to your motivation, focus, success, and even physical strength. If this sounds like a whole lot of nonsense,… Continue reading How your emotions affect your health, drive and more
It’s important that we sometimes take the time to indulge ourselves. Having a great bathroom design can do this and will give you the opportunity to lie back and forget all your worries while being soothed by bath products, warm water and beautiful smells. So how do you go ahead making the most of that… Continue reading How to unwind with an indulgent bathroom soak.
Self-care is a popular trending hashtag right now. It describes the practice of deliberately looking after yourself. That means sleeping well, it means taking the occasional bubble bath, and it means grooming. The popularity of this movement is of course born out of the sheer importance of looking after ourselves. Failure to do so is… Continue reading 5 Ways you are neglecting yourself right now
Much of life is nothing but a mad rush from our beds to the place where we work and back again. We’ll spend a great deal of our time in meetings or sitting in front of the computer and for many of us that’s not really what we’d like to be doing. As such then… Continue reading The most relaxing way to spend your day off.
I want you to imagine a scene for a moment. You just had a bad day at work. Like a really bad day. You are currently feeling absolutely miserable, and as though you just want to curl into a ball and forget the day happened. You can’t though, because you also have debt you need… Continue reading The healing power of music
These days life is pretty much just one big rush from one crisis to another. We wake up in a hurry to get ready for work, we rush to work, we rush home, we quickly make dinner, we fit in any phone calls, we grab an hour in front of the TV and then we… Continue reading How to create rejuvenating zen spaces in your home
Being in a bad mood is often taken lightly and seen as something of a joke. We’ll often tease our friends or relatives for ‘getting out the wrong side of bed’ or ‘being a bit moody’ and generally we don’t consider this to be a big deal. Sometimes though, being in a bad mood can… Continue reading 3 Easy ways to improve your bad mood