The Universe has been screaming again at me lately, and it’s all about The Compound Effect. We all know that things get achieved by taking small steps. But how much do you really understand and implement it in your life? I’m sharing four powerful resources that really cemented it for me.
Overwhelm. We’ve all been there, right? I hit a wall like this recently in my business and it was totally crippling. I was taking on every. single. piece of advice being thrown at me. Here’s what I did to strip back and simplify, and why you might need this method too.
I started a new series on the blog back in September 2018: Wellness Words. And I’m ashamed to say this is only my second instalment after all the excitement of coming up with it! But it’s worth the wait because trust me, it’s a good one.
In the last year I have made a real conscious effort to make a better use of my mornings. Whatever your circumstances, I would argue you could try squeezing in at least one of these activities before you press the ‘ON’ button on your computer. Why not give it a go and see what difference it makes?
One of my favourite coaches to follow online is Jen Carrington. She recently sent the questions she’ll be putting to herself to look back on 2018 and make decisions about her life and business for the New Year. I thought I’d have a go too and share my answers with you all.
The biggest reason I hear people say they ‘can’t’ eat healthily is time. But guess what? We’ve all got 24hrs in the day. We all have obligations, we all have busy jobs and some of us even have families on top of that too. Why do some people manage to find the time to eat well and nourish themselves, while you’re left struggling?
“I am enough.” It’s a powerful phrase that completely bowled over our first Reset attendees back on our June retreat. The more I thought about it, the more I realised how constantly I tell myself that I am not enough: so here’s what I’m going to do about it.
You’ve logged on to Instagram for a quick browse. The first image that pops up is a group shot of women, arms around one another stood in a beautiful woodland, smiling at the camera. Retreats are popping up everywhere – yoga retreats, meditation retreats, digital detox retreats, fitness retreats. Why? And more importantly, why now?
Last week I talked about why I think entrepreneurs need to be healthier and shared a couple of the resources and spaces I’m creating to try and help. This week I want to share the simple things I do in my week to prioritise my health. This is a true ‘live what you give’ post from me to you!
At the beginning of the year the Health Bloggers Community (HBC) launched their Reclaim Your Day Off campaign and I was lucky enough to be at their opening event. I wanted to share the take-away points I took from the session which I thought you could all really benefit from too. I know a lot of what she said really stuck with me.
It’s very easy when you’ve been to a lot of health and wellbeing events to come away and think “did I actually learn anything new today?” The talks at Fresh Resolutions were really varied with a range of speakers coming from different backgrounds and with different expertise. But I noticed there were a few themes that popped up across all the talks that I wanted to share with you.
My next Flourishing Entrepreneur is Rachel Graham, Nutritional Therapist and Medicinal Chef. I’ll let her tell you more about the way she multi-hyphens and how her self-employed mindset from the age of 21 helps her keep taking action in her wellness business.
I’ve got a gorgeous Wimbledon-friendly recipe for you as we hit summer! Kristie from Freya’s Nourishment has kindly shared this incredible strawberry raw cheesecake which you can whip up with simple ingredients and enjoy while the tennis is on.
I’m so excited to introduce one my clients Samantha Couzens to you for this week’s Flourishing Entrepreneurs interview. Samantha is starting out on her entrepreneurial journey as a food photographer and stylist, all started from her blog Spoonful of Happy.
I’ve been loving this quick and easy go-to breakfast lately which I can batch-make on a Sunday evening so I’m set for the week. I’m going rogue with this recipe and not putting measurements on. Shock horror! Will you give it a go?
This week’s Flourishing Entrepreneur is someone I’ve met through the internet, not only online but also in real life. Considering she lives is Australia I find this pretty amazing! Find out about Kristie’s journey to creating Freya’s Nourishment, her range of beautiful natural products.
When it became clear me and David were going to be spending a lot of time together I realised I was going to have to find a way to eat how I want, but also find a way that worked for him too. Here are the tips I can share with you that have helped me continue to eat healthily, when he isn’t so keen.
This week’s Flourishing Entrepreneurs interview is with Nichola Flood, aka The Queen of Health. Nichola shows what is possible when it comes to really embodying the change you want others to achieve. Nichola’s transformation is what inspires her clients and getting her journey out into the world is what attracts people to her.
I think I’ve mentioned before that I am self-styled Queen of Dips amongst my friends and family. Butter beans make for a really lovely light, fluffy dip when they’re whizzed up, and take on flavours really well from other ingredients.
This week’s Flourishing Entrepreneurs interview is with coach Nick Quinton from Elemental Health. So much of what Nick and I do is very similar: we’re both helping entrepreneurs work to the best of their potential through a focus on health and mindset. Find out more about his journey and how he stays healthy.