The other day while waiting to pay for some items at my favourite makeup store, I found myself pondering on how many women were just as interested in their inner beauty as they were their outer beauty.
The brightly lit store was buzzing with women of all ages busy trying on and admiring the variety of makeup on offer. Even more Read More
Here’s wishing all my clients and fans (old and new) the very best compliments of this special season. May the light of Christ, the true Gift of christmas brighten your world this season and always. Have a wonderful Christmas!
Productivity has nothing to do with how busy you are. More and more, I’m consciously scrutinising my activity and reflecting regularly on whether I am actually being productive or simply busy for the sake of it.
I daresay that the busier you are, the less productive you will be. When faced with the option to be involved in a myriad of things I remind myself that I am firstly a human being, not a human doing.
With the first month of 2014 now in full swing, many of us will predictably be thinking of making change and setting goals in different areas of our lives – career, relationships, lifestyle, diet etc. However, are you committed enough to reach your goals and make the change you so desire?
I shared a quote recently about change not being an enemy, highlighting the fact that change is good and worthy of pursuit. In reality, embracing change in any area of life is difficult. We are creatures of habit after all. Successful change Read More
Are you afraid of change? I came across this and thought to share:
Change isn’t your enemy, it is just evidence of growth. What worked yesterday can be tomorrow’s recipe for failure. You can’t become who you are destined to be, if you insist on staying as you are. ‘Only fools and dead men don’t change…Fools won’t, and dead men can’t.’
What do you think? Is it time for YOU to make change happen in your life?
My 7-year old asked me this morning if she could have a sticker. “What for?” I asked. (It was first thing in the morning and stickers tend to be requested in recognition of an achievement of some sort). I found her answer so simple yet so profound. “For being me”, she replied.
As I reflect on our conversation, I wonder whether as adults we award ourselves stickers for no other reason than simply being ourselves. Not for our possessions, Read More
I worked with Angela on the Department of Health’s Change4Life programme to tackle childhood obesity. She is an expert in the area of diet and lifestyle, very knowledgeable about West African communities and is able to inspire people to make realistic changes to their diet and lifestyle. She brought valuable insight, bags of enthusiasm and passion to the project. She was a pleasure to work with.