Whatever we’re going through in life, it’s a universal need to plan, review and assess our lives. It’s common amongst us all to want to feel more organised, get more done and be happy. So with this, and the ever present Christmas and New Year in mind, I’ve reviewed six
No-one tells you much about the time after cancer is over (whatever that means anyway). It’s exciting but exhausting. It’s new but overwhelming. Here’s 3 simple steps you can take to dealing with that overwhelm.
Last week was a really busy week for me and I naturally assumed that if I picked up my pace, I’d do things faster, get more done and feel like I’d achieved lots.
This month you could be forgiven for thinking there’s a lot of awareness being raised by all sorts of causes. It’s Breast Cancer Awareness month, National Infertility Awareness week, National Adoption week, World Mental Health day and many more of, you know, those small life topics we deal with. The thing