One of my top tips is to plan your time off for the entire year, in advance. Do it whilst you’re having time off over Christmas because this is a key time for reflection. You’ll be reflecting about family and friends – how you want to see each other more. You’ll be thinking, how quickly the year has passed and how much you did or didn’t achieve. You’ll be considering your body, how well or how tired you are. You’ll be looking at your kids, so happy to see them happy – mostly because you’re spending time with them. Read More
This is quite probably the laziest blog post I’ve ever written and the irony, is that I am my own boss!!! Inspired by the first of the month and all the BS we’ll no doubt experience at a ‘year-end’ high at the office, here’s a host of memes about the way you may truly feel. It’s just a bit of fun, ‘cos laughter is needed every now and again. New Year, New Career #justsaying (p.s it’s purposefully not formatted perfectly.)Read More
This is my most favourite time of the year. In addition to mince pies and pannetone, I love the fact that the year’s coming to an end and a new fresh year is upon is. I love spending time with people I haven’t seen all year, going to parties and especially this year, showing my 3 year old what Christmas actually is.Read More
Controversial title, maybe. Truth? Well, if you’ve ever been over-weight and insecure, you’ll probably resonate. Plus I wouldn’t be ‘Frankly Coaching’ if I put sugar on everything I say.
From the ages of 0-28 I was over-weight. Not slightly over-weight like a size 12, I was carrying at least two people on me during this time. I then lost weight and was a size 10-12 for about 5 years then I had depression, then hated my work, then had a baby and now I’m back where I started (but also working on getting down again for my health.) Read More
How I went from being stuck in the same cycle for a year to being Unstoppable
I wrote a blog post earlier this year called “How I failed in my business and succeeded” – it was about failures that I was experiencing in my business (which is completely normal) and how I overcame them. Little did I know but I hadn’t completely overcome the challenges and found myself getting repeatedly stuck throughout the year.Read More
“Change the way you look at things and the things you look at change.” – Wayne W. Dyer
Do you ever wonder why every time you do the same thing, you get the same result even if you’re looking for a different result? Yes, it’s very common. Do you also find that sometimes you can build an image into your mind of embarking on something – a task – and it seems so big that you just give up in the thought process and don’t do it?Read More
We’ve all seen various articles and videos stating how much Social Media sucks the life out of us but have you really considered the affects of your daily use? Read More
Everyone experiences anxiety at some point in their lives, some mild and some severe. For this post, I will discuss how using deflection can assist in managing mild anxiety in social situations regarding challenges with weight.