How to Reduce Night-time Anxiety

Anxiety is a topic that I have been very open about on this blog, however, I realised that I’m yet to do a post about anxiety at different times of the day. This is where today’s blog post comes in. In my experience, I have found that my anxiety is heightened more in the evening …

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8 Ways to Defuse Negative Thoughts

In previous blog posts, I’ve talked about how to control or cope with negative thinking. However, I don’t think I’ve made it clear enough that this doesn’t mean ‘fight your thoughts and get rid of them as soon as possible’. It’s all about defusing those thoughts instead. What’s the difference, you ask? Fighting your thoughts, …

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Women Supporting Women: How We Can All do Better

"You can always tell who the strong women are. They are the ones you see building one another up instead of tearing each other down"- Unknown Competition between women has been a longstanding problem in society. Dragging other women down and making them feel inferior because of our own, personal confidence issues is not only …

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9 Ways to Have a Healthier Relationship with Social Media

Image by Dole777 Social media consumes many of our lives and it has become a worldwide phenomenon, especially over the last ten years. Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Youtube and more have become an outlet for documenting our thoughts, frustrations, experiences and a way for us to communicate with each other more than ever before. Recently, there …

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Five Ways to Stop Self-Sabotage

Self-sabotage is when we take active measures to prevent ourselves from reaching our goals, desires, and dreams. It is extremely destructive behaviour which can often leave us feeling trapped and with low self-confidence. When we self-sabotage, our subconscious is telling us that we are protecting ourselves from any pain or fear that may lie ahead. …

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How To Stop Comparing Yourself To Others

Comparisons are a very normal part of everyday life but the effect that they have is (in my experience) far more negative than positive. I have always been someone who compares every aspect of my life to someone else's. Whether it's my figure, my looks, my grades at school and university, my submissions, even my …

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How To Get Started (and stay) Motivated

Motivation is powerful but tricky. On some occasions, motivating yourself is the easiest thing in the world and when you find yourself wrapped up in it, it’s an exciting feeling. Other times, however, finding motivation can feel impossible and you’re trapped in an endless cycle of procrastination.  I’ve talked a lot recently about stress and …

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Overcoming Rejection: Professionally and Personally

"The more rejection you get, the better you are, the more you've learned, the closer you are to your outcome...If you can handle rejection, you'll learn to get everything you want" Tony Robbins Rejection…the one word that is often dreaded the most, both personally and professionally. The word that causes many of us to think …

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