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#126: Offsite Takeaways – Part 1 – Wheel of Life

#126: Offsite Takeaways – Part 1 – Wheel of Life

“I took some time out for life” – James L. Brooks Taking some time out to discuss future plans was incredibly useful for my husband and I. It allowed the opportunity to take a snapshot of where we were and in which direction we want to head. I’d like to share some of...
#125: Happy Valentine’s Day

#125: Happy Valentine’s Day

“All you need is love. But a little chocolate now and then doesn’t hurt.” – Charles M. Schulz. Today is a good reminder to see how your loved one feels love. Last year, I wrote about the 5 love languages in a blog post, so if you do not know your own or your...
#124: Creating our life

#124: Creating our life

“It’s about designing your life instead of letting society design it for you.”- Corbett Barr I particularly like this quote as over the years we’ve asked ourselves more frequently what it is we want. Lifestyle design has long been in the media with advocates for and...
#123: Will I lose control?

#123: Will I lose control?

Will I lose control? This is one of the most common questions new clients ask me. It is not surprising as many people’s encounters with hypnosis are through stage hypnotherapy where people are performing often silly or embarrassing stunts in a show. If this is also a...
#122: Frisson from visions

#122: Frisson from visions

I love it when I learn a new word. Today’s word is Frisson (1). Frisson is when you have a sudden strong feeling of excitement or fear; a thrill. It is when you get a tingling sensation on your skin, like goosebumps or chills. Perhaps you have felt it when you hear a...
#121: Why bother? Why not?

#121: Why bother? Why not?

“There are so many great coaches, writers, therapists out there. Who am I to put my content or services out?” If only I could get a penny for every time I hear this. So many people procrastinate with their dreams saying that there are already so many people out there...
#120: JOMO and finding NEMO

#120: JOMO and finding NEMO

Recently, I wrote about FOMO – Fear of Missing out (1) and how we end up doing everything (often too much) because we don’t want to feel like we have missed something. My husband recently introduced me to the concept of JOMO – Joy of Missing out and I felt my body...