Welcome to my first blog for 2021!
When asked what you see around you, it would be far easier to identify and see all the problems, obstacles and things that do not work. It is much harder to see the solutions and opportunities. Why is that?
Seeing the problems, obstacles… Continue reading
At the end of any year it is normal to be filled with many emotions: perhaps you are filled with sadness after the loss of a loved one, perhaps you are grateful that 2020 is almost done and dusted, perhaps you are excited about how well things turned out.
All… Continue reading
Earlier this week a client told me: “The end of the year is fast approaching and I still have so much to do; it feels like I have nothing to show for 2020. I just hope 2021 will be better…”
The problem with this statement is that we have said… Continue reading
Stress has become the illness of our time! So many people experience stress and the global Covid-19 pandemic has even further increased the average stress levels.
At one point or another most people experience stress; this is absolutely normal. What isn’t normal is prolonged stress that might cause permanent damage… Continue reading
Research has shown that since the various lock-downs were imposed many months ago, most working individuals have worked much harder and much longer hours than before. This, coupled with the choice of not taking leave, mean that most working individuals have not paused to reflect in a very long time.… Continue reading
For many of us leave means: Going somewhere. With the various lockdowns all over the world, these breakaways had to be cancelled or postponed which resulted in a number of us not having a single scheduled break since the beginning of the lockdown. Is that healthy?
Medical doctors have seen… Continue reading
The world has been telling you to bottle up your emotions your entire life. After all: Cowboys and Cowgirls don’t cry!
Suppressing your emotions may spare others the discomfort of having to deal with your feelings, but keeping it all on the inside can cause way more harm than what… Continue reading
You must have heard it before: You need to love yourself. So, what does it mean to love yourself? How do you do it? And is it ok to love yourself; is that not awfully self-centred?
Let’s first understand what self-love really is: It refers to our ability to hold… Continue reading
Over the last few weeks, I have met with a number of clients that are working harder during lockdown than ever before and are virtually on the brink of burn-out. Not only do you have to focus on your paying job, but this job has to be balanced with children,… Continue reading
By now you have seen a variety of blogs, articles and views on the lockdowns implemented around the globe. For the average household, the question is how to stay sane and survive this new normal. Herewith some ideas that really do work:
- Have a routine
At first, we all thought… Continue reading