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An early Christmas pressie – freebies and discounts galore!

Hey lovely! We are 13 sleeps away from Christmas, can you believe it?! I have a special gift for you as an early Christmas pressie 🙂 click on the links below for some freebies and read on for some special offers and discounts! Freebie 1: What your body wisdom is trying to tell you – download this free cheat sheet if you’re experiencing illness, aches and pains that won’t go away. Freebie 2: Is it depression or is it really…

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The dangers of being a “helper” type

Are you someone who loves to help other people? You might be a coach, healer, work in the medical industry or just love to help your friends. If so, this video is for you!     Here’s the free report I mention in the video on burnout. Remember to take care of the most important person – that’s you! Catcha on the flip side,    …

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How to manage career burnout

Career Breakthrough Podcast with Paul Ames I was interviewed by my good friend Paul for episode 17 and we spoke at length about how people can experience burnout no matter what career they choose – even if you’re doing a job that you love! Tune in to this episode for my tips on how to manage burnout. If you’re unable to see the video below, which sometimes happens when viewing on a mobile, you can click here.     Catcha on…

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Are you toxic?

  In the last few months I have become even more aware of the toxins I am putting in my body, around my home, how to manage the toxins in our environment, and also how to protect yourself from a build up of emotional toxins. I have always been aware of it but never that bothered enough to do anything much about it, other than occasionally contemplate eating more organic food and having the occasional veggie juice.   After a…

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It’s all about the self love!

Recently I read an article written by the gorgeously inspiring Jess Ainscough, otherwise known as The Wellness Warrior. I love Jess’s blogs and I especially loved this one as it focused on SELF LOVE. Jess talked about every Sunday being a “Self-Centred Sunday” where you basically spend the entire day dedicated to self care and self love. This really resonated for me on a number of levels as this has been a real issue for me up until this year.…

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