Posts tagged with: mindset

  • Minimise decision fatigue by streamlining your approach to your daily life. Use these six clever tips to help minimise decision fatigue and stress

6 Clever Ways to Minimise Decision Fatigue

Do you need to minimise decision fatigue? I certainly do! Lately, it feels like there’s just a bit too much going on. As a result, I’ve been looking for ways to minimise decision fatigue and free up some brain space...
  • Getting healthy: is it on your to do list this year? Or even just getting healthier? Instead of focusing on the outcome, try focusing on the process. Try...

Resolutions You Can Keep: Getting Healthy

Getting healthy: is it on your to do list this year? Or even just getting healthier? ‘Lose weight’ usually tops the list of new year’s resolutions and it’s probably the first failure you’ll rack up for the year, too. Instead...
  • Financial resolutions worth keeping! Stick to these seven personal finance basics and you're well on your way to an awesome new year.

7 Financial Resolutions Worth Making for the New Year

Stick to these financial resolutions and the new year is guaranteed to be awesome! *** This post contains affiliate links. *** Generally, I do my best to avoid making new year’s resolutions. It’s too easy to turn the prospect of...
  • Become your best self by unleashing your curiosity and embracing life-long learning. Expand your horizons and open your mind to new possibilities...

How to Become Your Best Self Through Life-long Learning

** How to become your best self through life-long learning contains affiliate links.** Too often, we associate learning with our experiences in the education system. It’s hard to be your best self in a system designed to reward conformity. But,...
  • Don't let comparison steal your happiness. Practice these steps, take back your life and forget about comparing yourself to others.

How to Find Happiness; Stop Comparing Yourself to Others

“Comparison is the thief of joy.” – Theodore Roosevelt As true as that statement is, avoiding comparison is a challenge for most of us. Me, included. We’re constantly bombarded with images and information of people who seemingly have it all. It’s...
  • Start Saving: Take control, stop making excuses and start saving money, today. Your future depends on it! The top 11 financial excuses we love to make...

11 Excuses to Stop Making So You Can Start Saving

Start saving more money today by dealing with the financial excuses you tell yourself. Saving money for retirement or anything else can seem like hard work and it’s true, you need discipline and motivation to make it happen. But, the...
  • When disaster strikes - don't let grief sabotage your life

How to dust yourself off after disaster strikes and why you need to

Disaster can strike in many ways; financial, health, relationships or a death in the family. Sometimes you know they’re on the horizon, like the recent death of my daughter’s dad from Melanoma (the nastiest form of skin cancer) but sometimes...
  • three habits of uncommonly focused people

Get more done every day; three habits of uncommonly focused people

Focused people get more done every day. That’s not likely to be a surprise to anyone. The challenge for most of us though, is finding that focus when we feel like we’re in the centre of a maelstrom. And, guess...
  • change your life

How to Change Your Life by Changing 6 Simple Habits

How can you change your life by changing your habits? Simple. Habits sneak into our lives because they make our lives easier, not necessarily better. It’s time to choose the ones that make your life better. When a behaviour becomes...
  • the vision board. What it is, why you need one and how to create it

The Vision Board: what it is, why you need one and how to create it

What is a vision board? A vision board can be many things but one thing it isn’t is a collection of items to be willed into being. A vision board is a venue for the images, words and ideas you’re drawn to....