The Importance of Something New for a Self-Esteem Boost!

Last night I did something I've never done before!

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Adulting is hard sometimes, but I’ve got you!

Do you ever just want to cry for no real reason? That was me on Monday. Adulting is hard sometimes! I was just despondent and disappointed and feeling a little bit like I had lost control for a moment. Life has been going relatively well this 2017, so this bump in the road felt more... Continue Reading →

Space to grow – Lifelong Learning

Today in rehab I was falling over the place. It was exhausting, and I would say embarrassing too but thankfully not many people were there to witness the debacle. The ones who were there probably didn't even notice or care! But through it all I realised these many blunders would take me to a higher... Continue Reading →

Try a little, live a lot! 

As an educator and an intrinsically competitive, type A personality, I get more annoyed when children and adults give up too soon or refuse to try at all than if they try and get the answer wrong, or try and lose. You don't try. Why? Because you're afraid. So giving in to fear and sitting... Continue Reading →

I’m Not Ready! Dealing with Life’s Curveballs

I thought I had four years to prepare for my retirement in which time I would have built up a successful business(es), found my future hubby and be preparing to elope and spend all the wedding money on a 6 month around-the-world adventure/relaxing/exploratory honeymoon. But I’m four years’ early...

Persistent Pursuit of Progression – An Interview with Mikel Thomas

Stats: Country: Trinidad & Tobago Discipline: 110m Hurdles Noteworthy Accolades: 2x Olympian, National Record Holder Current World Ranking: 11th Highest World Ranking: 5th SB: 13.32seconds PB: 13.19seconds Persistent Pursuit of Progression Defining success as the ‘persistent pursuit of progression’, Mikel has ‘never been afraid to dream’. Whilst a lot of us – myself included, at... Continue Reading →

Overcoming Perfectionism

Initially I wondered: Perfectionism: Is it a blessing or a curse? But I quickly answered that question in a matter of seconds – it’s certainly not a blessing for me! There is a preponderance of negative words associated with perfectionism when mentioned in conversation or in relation to attitudes and behaviours. Recently, there has been... Continue Reading →

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