4 lessons from running which will help any habit stick
I made a promise to myself that I would write a blog post every Thursday. A promise I never kept. But a promise I keep returning to. But why? Why choose to carve out time to write? Why force myself to think of something new to say each week? Why write a blog? I love communication. … Continue reading And so it’s Thursday again…
How easy is it to give children the gift of happily married parents?
After the initial excitement of pursuing a dream the novelty can quickly wear off. We then have to decide to pay the price of pretend that it was never really that important in the first place.
When we put others first life becomes more fun!
Just because you've written a blog post about something doesn't mean to say you remember to apply it to everyday life!
After 3 weeks of not writing a post it's good to be back. We recently had a family holiday and so, as I explained in my last post, I was giving myself permission not to stick to my normal writing schedule. I didn't want the pressure of having to find time to write, or the … Continue reading How to kill your dream
Proverbs 31 has given me a blueprint for work life balance. 10 keys for relationships, work, health, and self development.
The more I write about the woman in Proverbs 31 the more I am convinced her life makes a great blueprint for work life balance. Her life demonstrates the benefits of healthy relationships, creativity, self-development, time management, risk taking, leadership etc. which are all so relevant for todays living. However the one thing that changes it from a 10 point … Continue reading How to live an extraordinary life
Have you ever wished for more time? Have you ever wanted an extra day to achieve something? Well this is a leap year and today doesn't really exist. To all intents and purposes February has finished but March hasn't yet begun. We have the luxury of that extra day. So take a risk. Step out in … Continue reading An Extra day