This blog is expanding. I've been blogging about moving out of my comfort zone. I've been blogging about self care. Well, now I am going to add to this. Over the next few weeks, months, years (however long it takes) I will blog about the changes going on in my mind too. I have just returned … Continue reading Expanding my mind
I read a Facebook post this morning about asking, which got me thinking about my own experiences. I've also been expanding what I ask for recently, as I expand my comfort zone in Kat's coaching programme What are my experiences of asking? Just like many people I was continuously told as a child "I want doesn't … Continue reading Why Don’t I Ask?
I've never been a naturally outdoorsy type. I like the comfort of inside. I'm not sporty so I've never chosen to do exercise outside. However, as I have grown older I'm seeing the benefit of being outside and getting the vitamin D that I need. One way I do this is walking. I recently got … Continue reading Enjoying the outdoors
My hobbies are varied and depends on how I feel at the time as to how I enjoy it. Sometimes I won't touch a hobby for months. I would say these are my top 3: 1. Improvising on my violin. When I am improvising I go into a place where I can express myself fully. … Continue reading My favourite hobbies
I have quite a creative side, but it is only recently that I realised that I HAVE to let myself play in this way for the best for me. My main creative hobby is crochet, I'm slow but I am very proud of what I have created. These are two examples: A cushion to match … Continue reading Creative time
I struggle with mornings, I'm not afraid to admit it. I also struggle with routines, although I do have them (I am currently exploring if I have ADD). I often think I need to speed up my morning routine but then I get so much out of it. Once I have made my coffee I … Continue reading My morning routine
Saying no can be such a difficult thing, it is a really powerful word which sets our boundaries. Why is it so difficult? I believe it is because none of us like disappointing others, we fear rejection ourselves and therefore don't want to do that to others. Learning to say no effectively can have a … Continue reading Saying “No”