The power of saying ‘No’

I would say I am a typical woman. I am that tired trope and worn-out stereotype of a woman who always smiles and says hi to people first, even if I am having a shit day. I am someone who will move mountains to help other people and do it all outside of office hoursContinue reading “The power of saying ‘No’”

Book Review: Sorry I’m Late, I Didn’t Want to Come by Jessica Pan

There have been a swathe of books lately on how to overcome shyness. This one is my favourite. This memoir recounts the adventures of Quiet American, Jessica Pan as she undertakes a year of living as an extrovert in London. It’s a love letter (or rather hate mail) to the confusing technological road-blocks people faceContinue reading “Book Review: Sorry I’m Late, I Didn’t Want to Come by Jessica Pan”

Film Review: Sensitive

Are you someone who blocks your ears when you hear the emergency services drive past? Are you someone who gets freaked out in crowds? Do you seem to intuit and understand other people and all of their problems in a very sophisticated way, without really trying? Do you easily take on the energy of otherContinue reading “Film Review: Sensitive”

Five YouTube Channels to Help Women Change Their Lives

This is very personal. I’ve found that by using these five channels on YouTube I have really gained a lot from life and these channels have helped me with my personal growth in fitness, health, wellness and happiness. I hope you will check them out and enjoy them as much as I do. By theContinue reading “Five YouTube Channels to Help Women Change Their Lives”

Book Review: Full Catastrophe Living by Jon Kabat-Zinn

Jon Kabat Zinn is a Professor Emeritus of Medicine at the University of Massachusetts Medical School and is the founder of a stress reduction technique called MBSR (Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction), which is used in hospitals and medical centres throughout the world. He is a student of Thich Nhat Hanh and a life-long teacher andContinue reading “Book Review: Full Catastrophe Living by Jon Kabat-Zinn”

A pep talk for babes who are on fire

This pep talk is brought to you by the PEP TALK GENERATOR. You are a ball of fire. You are a flaming, feisty, bold ball of fire. You may feel like you get extinguished a lot, but you are set ablaze more times than you are drowned. You are smart, you are unique, you areContinue reading “A pep talk for babes who are on fire”

A pep talk for babes who feel small

This pep talk is brought to you by the PEP TALK GENERATOR and written by a wise woman named Celeste. Don’t keep yourself too hidden. Embrace feeling small — let it open up the world before you, then watch it change with your touch. From the way you move oceans to the breaths you unknowingly take. TheContinue reading “A pep talk for babes who feel small”

Supermodels from the 90’s: Nostalgia and Mortality Smack-Down in 5,4,3,2…

1995 to 2015: Fashion Goes Full Circle When I was a teen in the 90’s, the hair was fluorescent, the patterns were dark plaid and the lipstick was dark purple. Large, overexaggerated sunflower prints on shift dresses were in – a nod towards the 60s. All of these trends have reached their zenith yet againContinue reading “Supermodels from the 90’s: Nostalgia and Mortality Smack-Down in 5,4,3,2…”