Tag: Gratitude

Mind over Cancer

Mind over Cancer

I am honoured to offer you yet another guest blog this week. Wendy is one of the most positive people I have ever met and embraces life with both hands. Few people would ever guess that she has been on an incredibly tough journey fighting breast cancer.

Cancer is a disease which strikes fear in all our hearts and most of us, if not affected directly buy it, have been affected indirectly by it. Wendy is a wonderful example of how a combination of excellent medical intervention, positive thinking and holistic therapies can have a very positive impact upon beating the disease. Wendy explains her journey:

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January Deep Clean

January Deep Clean

Happy New Year all! I sincerely hope that this year is everything you deserve for it to be – because that is how it will work!

So when people hit January they often make resolutions to be fitter, healthier, stop smoking, drink smoothies and as we all know, these resolutions have usually failed by the end of the month (if we were really committed!). As I mentioned last year, I like to set intentions for the New Year instead of resolutions, much less disciplinarian!

One of my main intentions this year is to really step into my light, to own who I am and go out and grab it. Of course this is easier said than done and a lot of it will involve silencing that negative Nora we all have chattering away in our heads, as well as silencing some of the psychic vampires that hang out in our lives too. 

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Showing Gratitude

Showing Gratitude

Life often gives us moments where we feel low, depressed or like everything is just going wrong. During these times, every now and then, we may not like to admit it but we enjoy a good wallow! A period of time where we allow ourselves to feel down. However, it is neither healthy nor fun for us to stay in this place and it is important we acknowledge this and learn how to lift our mood.

One of the worst things at a time like this is a well meaning friend who tells you to ‘cheer up’ or ‘there are lots of people worse off than you’. Of course, we know they are trying to help but often its more irritating than uplifting and only deepens our mood. 

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