A few weeks ago, my mam & I took a trip to the Cotswolds for the weekend.
We haven’t been abroad since the pandemic kicked in and we fancied seeing a new part of the UK that neither of us had been to before.
So, we packed up the car on a warm, autumnal morning and headed to the Cotswolds.
… More A Long Autumnal Weekend in the Cotswolds
I was misdiagnosed by three different doctors at the same practice. Osteosarcoma is a rare disease and it’s easily missed so I don’t blame them at all. But if that last doctor hadn’t sent me for an x-ray, I might not be here now. … More What I Learned from Having Childhood Cancer
Interviews can be so nerve-wracking and the uncertainty of what’s about to unfold can send your brain into overdrive.
Today, I want to share with you the best way to prepare for an interview. … More The Best Way to Prepare for a Job Interview
Building self-belief is a key part of building self-confidence. I truly believe you need confidence to be successful and self-belief can help you move forward to the next stage in your career. Step outside your comfort zone As a key part of self-belief, you need to be pushing yourself outside your comfort zone all the … More How Self Belief Can Lead You To Success
I’ve spoken to clients in the past who have a big problem with confidence when they’re going into a new job. Recently, I chatted to Grace from @empoweredmillennialgirl and we talked about misconceptions when it comes to confidence. One of those is that confident people can go into any situation without any fear. But that … More How to Start a New Job Confidently
It’s been a while since I read a book that got me thinking as much as this one did. I picked it up in one of my favourite bookshops – Griffin Books in Penarth – as a Saturday morning treat, after hearing plenty of great things about it. Beautiful, heart-rending and real, Trio whisked me … More Trio Review | Books
All of my 1:1 coaching programmes have a session in them around your Inner Critic and it’s actually a theme that comes up a lot throughout the sessions I do with my clients. A lot of the time, we’re held back by the things we tell ourselves and it takes a lot to get out … More How to Quiet Your Inner Critic
All of my 1:1 coaching programmes have a session in them called ‘What’s Your Story?’ and essentially, it’s a session where I ask my clients to get a bit creative. We talk about how creativity can help you to express yourself and it’s my absolute favourite session to do with my clients. I love getting … More 5 Writing Techniques to Boost Your Confidence
Your body language is so important – you might not even realise just HOW important. Let me tell you how vital your body language is when you want to show you that you’re an assertive person: 93% of your communication is non verbal. 93% of your communication is made up of things that you might … More Change Your Body Language To Become More Confident
One of my other resolutions for this year is to read 30 books – I read 26 last year & I fancied a bit of a challenge – and my very first book of 2021 was one that I absolutely whizzed through. Ya know one of those books that you think about all day until you get to read it again? Yep, this is one of those.
It is, of course, The Midnight Library by Matt Haig. … More The Midnight Library Review | Books