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Navigating Burnout: Your Guide to Overcoming Exhaustion, Cynicism, and Ineffectiveness

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How to navigate burnout Hey there! We all know life can be a rollercoaster; sometimes, we find ourselves on the burnout loop. It’s like a wild ride filled with exhaustion, cynicism, and ineffectiveness, but fear not – I’ve got some friendly advice to help you conquer these feelings and emerge stronger than ever. Exhaustion: Picture […]

A Guide to Visualization Techniques for Creating Success

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  Visualization Techniques Introduction: Visualization is a powerful tool that can help enhance motivation, focus, and confidence to achieve success. This guide outlines effective visualization techniques to aid in creating a success-oriented mindset and propel you towards your goals. Conclusion:Visualization techniques can be a valuable tool in your success journey by enhancing motivation, focus, and […]

Beautiful mind

“Who am I”? he said from the outside looking in. Sitting with the light behind his head, light he seeks in the fractured sense of self, a connection that gets lost among the disordered mind that speaks from many and varied selves. This is the view from a young man living with schizophrenia. Mental health […]

Slow down don’t move so fast you want to make the moments last!

Life in the fast lane takes it’s toll, whether it’s stress, poor health or conflicted relationships Taking time out to stop and enjoy the moment is what’s meant by living in the now, a concept made famous by many a self help or personal development facilitator Yet how does one actually do it? A few […]

Simple connections mean alot.

How often do you stop to consider the simple things? A beautiful sunrise, sunset or listening to a the birds singing happily in the trees. Life gets busy, minds overstimulated, so much to do, dreams to realise, maintaining the balance can all get a little much, can’t it.so much going on yet so little real […]

Slow it down!

Does it feel like life is running at a million miles? Learning how to slow down and allow your biology to catch up is a great investment of your time and energy. When we are rushing our minds go into overwhelm, our heart rate increases and we can behave in a way that later makes […]

Vulnerability

Vulnerability as described by Brene Brown in her bestseller Daring Greatly. “Vulnerability is not knowing victory or defeat, it’s understanding the necessity of both, it’s engaging. It’s being all in”. This wonderful research helps to shed the light on what ties up us in knots and it’s largely shame. Shame is such a painful emotion, […]

Personal responsibility and a co created life

Personal responsibility for your life, your thoughts, your emotions, actions and behaviours is the key to a well grounded & co created life. We may not be able to control what happens around us, although being clear on who you are as a person, your beliefs, values, integrity to name a few virtues will enhance […]

Find your Sparkle

Some day’s it’s just a little challenging to remember the good stuff! Perspective and balance are essential in maintaining the good vibes one may like to experience on any given day. Now this isn’t to say that we aren’t challenged and sometimes a little miffed, sad or tense it just allows us to connect with […]

Searching For Balance: A Mind-Body Connection

Authors observations from Buddha’s Brain: The Practical Neuroscience of Happiness, Love and Wisdom by Dr. Rick Hanson and he shares some very interesting and important points that I want to pass on to you. * When you change your brain, you change your life. * Only humans worry about the future, regret the past, and blame […]

Food for thought

A happy, content person eats a healthy balanced diet, stays physically fit and treats food as simply fuel for daily energy. For some however food is often used for comfort, entertainment or a temporary shelter blocking out painful memories and uncomfortable emotions. This behaviour is often unconscious and automatic, for change to occur we need […]

7 Ways to Protect Your Energy & Enforce Healthy Boundaries

Strategies to avoid overwhelm and create boundaries that keep you sane. Resource: Dr. Susan Biali, M.D. in Prescriptions for Life Hopefully just reading each one of these tips will help you increase your awareness and empower you to guard your energy and boundaries more carefully. For maximum impact, get out your journal and write out […]

Sad? Anxious? You’re not alone

Perhaps not as obvious as a broken arm or the flu, mental health problems are nonetheless common in Australia and worldwide. Mental health problems vary in type and severity, and can affect anyone at any time. Did you know …? More than 450 million people experience mental disorders globally. About 3 million Australians have depression […]

Five bad habits of stressed people

This week is all about feeling good. But when you begin to get things under control and start feeling confident about how you are managing your stress, it is easy to slip back into bad habits. So, here are the top five bad habits of stressed people to help keep you on track. Bad Habit […]

Rest for Success

Over exercising, over thinking, over achieving … just plain leaves you OVER IT! Overdoing anything can leave you feeling exhausted and uninspired. Recent trends, and even not so recent trends have us believing if we just do more, achieve more, go harder we will succeed. Success is build over time with each small step we […]

Brain food

We may try to fight the effects ageing has on our bodies, but what about our brains? Research suggests that we can increase the odds of maintaining a healthy brain into old age by eating the right foods. Brain health – the basics Our brains comprise just two per cent of our body weight, but […]

All in good time

Timing is the essential ingredient in life. Often we meet challenges that require a good sense of timing. How we handle this challenge is as important as everyone is different. Some of us are visionaries, is so much as we have a big picture and a sense of urgency to maximise any and all relevant […]

Five essential elements of well being

There is a need to shift from short term behavioural changes to long term, overall well-being Well-being is not limited to just physical wellness – it starts from the inside There are five essential elements in the make-up of well-being: Career: how one occupied their time or likes what they do everyday Social: having strong […]

Apologies.. Graceful forgiveness

Scott has just arrived at his staff meeting, and he can tell that his boss, Catherine, is stressed. He ignores the tension in the room, and launches into his carefully researched presentation. After a few minutes, however, Catherine picks up on a tiny error and begins to berate Scott. She accuses him, and the rest […]

Addictive vs Healthy Relationships

Navigating relationships — both platonic and romantic — often can be a complicated and multi-layered task. Even the act of defining what is normal and healthy in relationships can be daunting. Many healthy relationships have some addictive qualities to them, and extreme intensity relationship themes often are present in the media. That which makes for […]