Where there is a pursuit to 'prove it', there is a lack of it.
From posting pictures of 'a happy family', or searching for external validation through clothes, being seen at parties and events, or being in the 'in crowd'...
if it has to be shown to be proven to others (and truly, yourself), it is not truly believed within you.
The real pursuit needs to be finding, giving and filling up yourself, first.
Don't get sidetracked beautifully w
If I read a copy of your resumé, took the time to read through your Linkedin profile, or sat in on one of your interviews, would it be a true reflection of who you are, right now?
Many give the 'sell', gain interest, respect and position, and then if lucky, the 'job', but few truly follow through on what and who they say they are in the interviews.
Look through your CV/Resumé... and then work on maintaining the characteristics and motivation you say you have.
Cheat sheet alert! 😄
So, Coaching clients usually ask me how I manage to balance family, work, social life, goals, eating healthy, AND religiously prioritising my Self-Care... some days I wonder myself 😄. It's no easy feat, and on some days a ball or two must be lower or dropped in order to raise or embrace another one more closely. However, my way of maintaining balance is doing something I never really did before becoming a Mum - scheduling, listing, prioritising, re-pri
Would you ask someone who has never run, how to complete a Marathon? Would you ask someone who has never rode a Motorbike for advice on riding technique?
Would you expect a Caterpillar to respect and understand the freedom and skill of flying, or require an Eagle to be proficient in under water swimming?
No? So why then do you waste your time trying to persuade others of YOUR VISION? Why are you seeking validation and support for YOUR DREAM from those
who never fulfilled,
Avocado, Basil and Garlic linguine (with cherry tomatoes... which I forgot to add 🤦🏾♀️😄) and a Peanut, Banana and Flaxseeds Protein Smoothie.
People usually hear Vegan and instantly assume your diet consists of lettuce, cardboard, and some kind of sponge like substance that offers substandard protein - I tell you no lies 😄🤦🏾♀️.
People are even more surprised when they realise that you can maintain a curvy, healthy and muscular figur
5am workouts with my Mum 💪🏾. Yep, I am half asleep 😄.
I read a meme that said, "It's not that diabetes runs in your family, it's that no one runs in your family." As harsh as that sounds, and sour as it is to digest, there is an element of truth within it.
Although research shows that genetics does play a role in inherited health conditions and obesity, especially in disorders such as Bardet-Biedl syndrome and Prader-Wili syndrome, our lifestyle and attitude to health a
There will always be a good excuse to put off until tomorrow, what you can do today.
There will always be distractions.
There will always be unexpected circumstances that pop up and get in the way.
There will always be someone else who did it faster or reached higher.
There will always be someone else who makes it look easier than it feels for you.
Does that mean you stop trying?
Does that mean you give up before you even start?
Does that mean you start believing the v
One of the things I found being a new Mum was the lack of child friendly, Self-Care activities I could do without being frowned upon when my toddler, acted like.... a toddler - you know, talking, singing loudly, running and dancing randomly while we're all in quiet meditation 🤦🏾♀️🤷🏾♀️.
So it was so much fun attending a child friendly Yoga Aerial Class today at @flyingfantastic.
The instructor was knowledgeable, patient, friendly and warm, and the children all had the
Growing up on an estate in Brixton, taught me to be Street smart and Book smart enough to tell the difference between those who smile at you, and those who smile with you. The danger of being watched, instead of watched over, and the distinctive 'hiss' a Snake in the grass makes.
It taught me to read body language and the room very quickly, and trust my instincts when I felt a shift in energy.
I was a teen runaway who started running away at around age eight. Yet never, not
You have probably heard the saying.... "A CATERPILLAR WILL NEVER ENVISAGE WHAT AN EAGLE CAN".. ,
Have you thought about the lessons the Caterpillar can teach the Eagle?
The Caterpillar can tell of its pain, struggle, 'ugliness' (depending upon the eye of the beholder), and the view from far down below the trees.
There is a little thing called humility which allows us to view everyone and everything as a Teacher. Some a Teacher of what we do not want to become or fo