Monthly Archives: June 2014

Mindfulness with Eating

Today I delivered a wellness initiative to my colleagues at work on mindful eating, and the experience was so positive I just had to share it with you all. Each team member brought in a dish to share. We had … Continue reading

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Top 10 Tips for Creating Time Abundance

Sometimes I forget how many balls I juggle at any one time, until somebody seems surprised by the amount of stuff I can squeeze into my week. On Friday I was delivering a workshop to a group of scientists around … Continue reading

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Anatomy of a travelling girl’s lunch-box

The old me Whilst I don’t travel as much as I used to for work, I still find myself making a regular overnight (or longer) trip away from home, mostly to deliver psychological health and well-being workshops to various organisations … Continue reading

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Eat the colours of the rainbow

You have probably heard this adage and instantly thought of a packet of skittles! Here what I am encouraging is eating a variety of colourful vegetables and fruits to increase the amount of vitamins, minerals and nutrients you ingest, to … Continue reading

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10 lessons from the Mindful in May challenge

Well all good things come to an end, but in sticking within a positive psychology framework, i am instead thinking about new beginnings. Yesterday marked the end of an uncharacteristically dry and warm Autumn down under, as well as the … Continue reading

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