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Introducing Your Unconscious Blueprint

December 8, 2017 | Sue Lester

Put simply, your Unconscious Blueprint(TM) is your internal image programming your behaviour. Like any programme, it needs updating regularly to ensure you perform at your optimum level. If you’ve regularly looked after yourself, physically, emotionally and psychologically over the years, continuing to learn and grow, then chances are your unconscious blueprint is an empowering one. […]



Life-Balance: Wellness and Well-being

November 16, 2017 | Dianna Jacobsen

Often, the busier we get, the less ‘balanced’ we feel. And somewhere along life’s journey, many women begin to link “busy-ness” with “self-worth”. STOP IT IMMEDIATELY!! It is NOT a good thing to equate our busy-ness with our value as a woman, or to glorify busy-ness. We are worthy human beings regardless of our human […]



Loneliness: Are You Talking Yourself Into It?

November 13, 2017 | Sue Lester

The solution to that feeling of loneliness is always re-connection, though the methods and how easily that is done depends very much on the individual, their personality, interests, confidence levels, past experiences and willingness to be vulnerable in meeting and allowing others to get to know them. The first step to change is always awareness.  […]



What Makes Someone Difficult to Communicate With?

November 10, 2017 | Kylie Warry

One of the most popular questions I get is how can I deal with a ‘Difficult’ person? Each of you almost everyday will come across someone you find difficult to some degree.  Many of you a this precise moment are in a world of stress and anxiety because of a difficult person. Perhaps they are […]



De-stress & Mindfulness Tips 7-10

October 17, 2017 | Sue Lester

In our busy, busy lives our heads can quickly become filled with the white noise of our list of musts, shoulds, and shouldn’ts.  No matter how much is ticked off your To Do list, there’s always more. There’s that underlying, nagging feeling that you should be able to do it all, you should be enough, […]



De-stress & Mindfulness Tips 4-6

September 19, 2017 | Sue Lester

In our busy, busy lives our heads can quickly become filled with the white noise of our list of musts, shoulds, and shouldn’ts.  No matter how much is ticked off your To Do list, there’s always more. There’s that underlying, nagging feeling that you should be able to do it all, you should be enough, […]



TALK – Mindset – Good Vibrations!

September 12, 2017 | Dianna Jacobsen

Whilst the obvious aspect of ‘Talk’ in our business refers to our ‘external talk’, our marketing, to the messages we convey to our target audience about the goods or services we offer. However, there is another aspect of ‘Talk’ which is equally as important, perhaps more so, and that is the ‘internal talk’, our mindset, […]



Key Life Lessons When Things Are Tough!

September 11, 2017 | Caryn Walsh

We all struggle at times.  Life is not always easy and we may find it hard to work out where we fit in.  We may lack clarity about who we are, what we want to do and where we want to be – or more importantly –  where we are going! So, we turn to […]



De-stress & Mindfulness Tips 1-3

August 17, 2017 | Sue Lester

In our busy, busy lives our heads can quickly become filled with the white noise of our list of musts, shoulds, and shouldn’ts.  No matter how much is ticked off your To Do list, there’s always more. There’s that underlying, nagging feeling that you should be able to do it all, you should be enough, […]



S.A.D.? (Seasonal Affected Disorder) and What You Can Do To Avoid It.

August 15, 2017 | Jo Cordell-Cooper

The up side of turning back the clock in Autumn is that apparent extra hour of sleep in the morning but for many it means less daylight or shorter daylight hours which for many can trigger seasonal affected disorder, or S.A.D., a type of depression that lasts until Spring. Experts say the real trigger is […]