Recommended healthy dinner recipes

One of the best ways to incorporate healthy meals into your diet is through cooking at home. If you cook from scratch, you know exactly what’s going into your food and you can ensure you’re getting in a good balance of nutrients so your body (and mind) is fuelled and can function at it’s best. I’ve mentioned this before but I personally do not avoid any food group in my meals intentionally. I eat fats, proteins and carbs in my meals, depending on what I feel like and I don’t follow specific rules or principles around food. This is what…
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My top 4 daily habits for a productive and positive mindset

Incorporating habits into your day which influence your mindset and productivity, can help to re-frame your state of mind so that you are able to lead a healthier, more balanced lifestyle. We are creatures of habit and sometimes making big changes all at once can be both overwhelming and unsustainable. I would suggest establishing small adjustments like the following to help you feel happier, more present and more successful each day.  Establish a morning routine I love mornings – I’m one of those people. I think a morning routine is important for productivity and positivity, as it creates momentum for…
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Letting go of ‘All or Nothing’ thinking

The all or nothing mindset enables us as individuals to make sense of our experiences and the world around us. We must be perfect at something, or we’re a failure. We must be sticking to something 100%, or there’s no point to it. Sound familiar? Thinking of things in black and white terms, prevents us from acknowledging the complexities of life and appreciating the grey area in the middle, which I like to think of as the balanced area. Polarised thinking is a negative thought process which in psychological terms is known as a cognitive distortion. These are thought patterns…
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Small ways to help manage your worrying

As mentioned in my last blog post, I’ve recently started studying again and naturally, this combined with a full-time job, has provoked some feelings of worry (and if i’m honest, a little self doubt too). I am however, in a better place now (more than ever), to use some of the things I have learnt through life in order to ease up any feelings of anxiety. I’ve always been a ‘worrier’. As a child I would worry all the time about the safety of my mum and would always keep her within eye sight, unless I was in a familiar…
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Get coached by me (and yes it’s for free!)

Disclaimer: Thank you to everyone who has been in touch regarding Coaching with me. I have been overwhelmed by the interest and feel so grateful for the support. I am now accepting clients through a waiting list so, please get in touch if you would like to work with me in the future!    As a kid, you often get asked the same weighted question over and over; ‘what do you want to do when you grow up?’. I think throughout school I stumbled through a handful of answers, some lasting only a couple of months, others holding their position…
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