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Tuesday, 30 June 2020

6 Habits I Want To Keep After Lockdown

As we enter the next phase of easing lockdown in the UK and return to a "new normal". I thought I would just take a moment to think about all of the positive habits I have developed during lockdown and make a commitment to myself to try to keep up some of them once we re-open the pub on the 4th July.

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Tuesday, 23 June 2020

Why You Should Regularly Review Your Goals

Are you the type of person who sets a small number of goals at the start of the year? Or, do you prefer to set goals on a more regular basis? Whichever you choose, you should regularly review your goals to make sure that they are still relevant. Otherwise, you're effectively missing a valuable tool that will enable you to go after and achieve the life you want.



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Tuesday, 16 June 2020

15 Super Simple Ways To Feel More Motivated

Are you just feeling a complete lack of motivation at the moment? Me too! Even the most motivated of us can still feel unmotivated at times. Overcoming that hurdle when you just aren't feeling it, isn't always easy. Fear not, I've come up with 15 super simple ways to feel more motivated and just get stuff done!

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Monday, 8 June 2020

Simple Ways To Sort Out Your Sleep Struggles

If you've ever struggled with sleep, you know how frustrating it can be to try to fall asleep. Your brain spends hours running through your thoughts, or you wake up in the night. When you eventually wake up in the morning, you feel like a complete fatigued zombie and not ready to tackle the day. Fear not, you have a lot more control over your sleep than you might think. I have a few simple ways to sort out your sleep struggles.

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Tuesday, 2 June 2020

Simple Ways To Silence Your Inner Critic

Your inner critic. You know that familiar little voice of doubt? All of those thoughts about what you can't do, who you'll never be and why you won't succeed. The feeling you aren't good enough. I feel it now, what if this post is rubbish, who will read it? Even worse, what if people ridicule me for writing it? Let's stop that inner critic and instead, let's champion our success. I've come up with a few simple ways to silence your inner critic.

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Tuesday, 26 May 2020

The Fantastic Benefits Of Journaling For Your Wellbeing

Journaling does more than just allow us to put down our thoughts. There are a whole array of benefits of journaling. For example, it enables us to express ourselves, unload and unleash our inner thoughts and even act as a form of therapy. You can use your journal as a place to unburden yourself in a space that is entirely free of judgment and societal restraints. Let's explore some of the other fantastic benefits of journaling for your wellbeing.
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Tuesday, 19 May 2020

Ten Easy Ways To Simplify Your Life Today

Sometimes it feels like there aren't enough hours in the day, doesn't it? Between keeping all the plates spinning of work responsibilities, keeping up with family and friends, keeping on top of your home and taking care of other duties, isn't always an easy balancing act. Fear not I've come up with ten easy ways to start simplifying your life today.

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