Overcoming my fears

So at the weekend I managed to overcome one of my biggest fears, theme park rides. For aslong as I can remember I have never enjoyed theme park rides. Whenever I used to go on school trips to Alton Towers I would worry about it for the days leading up to it. It was the… Continue reading Overcoming my fears

Talking openly about mental health

I will jump straight to the point. Why is there so much awkwardness around mental health? What makes things so difficult for us to talk about our mental health openly? We talk freely about our physical health. What is so different? I hid my own mental health challenges for years. I did this because I… Continue reading Talking openly about mental health

Why confidence is so important

Things are getting busier and busier right now! I am seeing clients get fantastic results in their coaching within such a short space of time. I find it so rewarding helping people to achieve their goals, realign what's important to them and grow their confidence.  Self Confidence is so underrated and misunderstood. Many people mistake… Continue reading Why confidence is so important

I’m a life coach – what’s that?

Photo by Nina Uhlu00edkovu00e1 on Pexels.com So today I launched my website for my Life coaching business. I'm really excited to see where this journey will take me. Now I won't skirt around the subject, a lot of people will be thinking 'what is life coaching?'. So this is what it is and this is… Continue reading I’m a life coach – what’s that?

Anxiety…and all the crap that goes with it!

Every single one of us will experience anxiety in our lifetime. Some a lot more than others. It’s something that’s becoming a lot more recognised now, especially given the impacts of COVID. I’ve had anxiety for a number of years. It will normally start to affect me when I think about something I have to… Continue reading Anxiety…and all the crap that goes with it!

Recognising when things aren’t right -Depression

I’ve suffered from OCD, anxiety and bouts of depression for years. I knew I had OCD at an early stage. I had heard about the symptoms briefly and I went to my doctor. I’ve talked about OCD in my last couple of blogs so this time I will talk more on depression. Depression. It’s a… Continue reading Recognising when things aren’t right -Depression