Well hello there! If you’re here then I’m guessing you’re most likely a:
- Highly driven, over-achieving type;
- Who’s feeling a bit (or maybe a LOT) overwhelmed;
- And wondering whether it’s really possible to kick all the goals you want to kick … and still have the ability to be truly present for your family and friends when you’re with them. Oh, and also have time for YOU.
The good news is, six years ago, you were me (or I was you? Same same).
Anyway, it took a (long) while but I finally found my way to living a less frantic life and I’d love to help you find your way to that too. Preferably in less time than it took me!!
Well, this little book might be a good place to start. It’s everything I’ve written here on the blog over the past six years, condensed down into 120 pages and one easy-to-process Venn Diagram! It summarises the strategies I’ve developed over the years to bring me to a place where self-esteem is solid, mental health is good, and I’m able to ride out the ebbs and flows of life with a minimum of pain (unfortunately there is always some kind of pain right? Because … life!).
It’s a place I’d love you to get to if you’re not there already.
You can download the first chapter here if you like.
Another something that might help (it’s the closest a post of mine has got to going viral) is this one for people who feel like they’re drowning in life.
Well, I like to be helpful and these posts are some of my most helpful-est:
- This series on using your personality type to figure out your ‘thing’.
- What to do when there’s no time to do ‘all the things’
- How to ‘stress less’
- 7 reasons you can’t make the changes you want (and how to overcome them)
- Is your overwhelm just a really bad habit?
- The bravest thing I’ve ever done
- How I manage stress, anxiety and depression
I also like to think … and make the people around me think. These are some of my most ‘thinky’ posts (beware the last one – that has exploded a few brains, mine included.)
- This rather melancholic piece about life.
- What I’ve learned from trying to be someone else.
- How much money is ‘enough’?
- 10 ways life is simpler than we think
- Do you make time to meander?
- Life will be better when …
- An unexamined life is …
Finally, if you’re looking to find out more about me and my story, try these on for size 🙂
- The story of Ant and I (up to Mia’s birth).
- 7 things that were great about being 37.
- My life story. (Literally.)
And wow – if you’ve gotten all the way down to the bottom of this page, all I can say is ‘Well done … and thank you!’
We’re basically best friends now so make sure to:
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