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De-stressing Time Management: A simpler relationship to the clock.

How often do you find yourself racing against the clock? A traditional approach to time management is all about how to fit as many activities into each day as is humanly possible. Multitasking and efficiency rule in this productivity mindset. Unfortunately, this all too often leads to excessive stress and unhappiness. In my previous life, […]

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Dancing with Anger

Every so often in our lives, there are waves of anger that bubble up and surface as injustices, frustrations, impatience, or realisations of futility and unreasonableness. What is the purpose and meaning of such discomfort? And how do we cultivate skilful ways of handling it? Anger sparks dynamism There’s nothing quite like anger for giving […]

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Imbolc and Growing Up

Tuesday of this week marked the Celtic festival of Imbolc, the midpoint between the Winter Solstice and Spring Equinox and the beginning of spring in the Pagan tradition. The night before I experienced a dream that appeared to be related. I was witnessing a rounded, Rubenesque Earth Mother giving birth to 7 babies in slow […]

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Simply Nourished

How nourished do you currently feel in your body? What does this tell you about how you might be sacrificing a nutritious diet in order to survive in the Rat Race? There are certain behaviour traits that point to us forsaking our personal nutrition in favour of coping with a fast-paced, high stress lifestyle. If […]

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Conscious Relationships: a ‘performance’ or a ‘connection’?

Jan, a coaching client, was desperate to make a start with her new small business, a venture she’d been waiting to step into all her adult life. Her partner, Pat, meanwhile had been hoping that their lives would begin to slow down and de-stress now that their children were growing up and becoming more independent. […]

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