There are two sides to everything. When you are a positive thinker, you are still aware of the reality around you. You simply CHOOSE to focus more of your energy … Continue reading 12 tips to positive thinking
Comparisons can break you mentally. From experience I can say that comparison often arises when we feel inadequate and insecure about specific areas of our life. We compare ourselves to … Continue reading Comparisons: a brutal act against your mind
I am currently 6 months post-partum and have struggled for the duration of this time in gaining my pre-baby self back. Through this process I’ve realised that instead of going … Continue reading Post-baby: Taking care of your body (and mind)
I came across a blog post recently that thrashed an Irish beauty blogger about giving a very restrictive look into the way women are. Now, It is fair to say … Continue reading Embrace your femininity!
Throughout my pregnancy my life DEPENDED on the BabyCentre site. If you’re pregnant or looking to be.. this site is a life saver! It will answer those questions that randomly … Continue reading Postpartum: What they don’t tell you!
I got pushed to write on this topic after I woke up from a dream where I met face-to-face with my own feelings. Meeting a stranger with a friendly face, … Continue reading Perceptions, Assumptions and Approvals
Driving home today I started to think about what success really means to me; is it money and status, is it personal awareness and happiness or a mixture of all? … Continue reading What does success mean for you?
We live in a so-called male dominated society, a place where, to this day, women in all parts of the world are not considered “equal” to the opposite sex. This … Continue reading Women Empowering Women
In my experience, the base of success in all walks of life stems from having a positive mind-set. Believe me, I will be the first one to say that this … Continue reading Positive thoughts lead to a positive life.. my story!
I know what it feels like, graduating from a course that you studied for 4-5 years. You’re getting ready to go out into the working world with your aspirations and … Continue reading Survival tips I wish I knew before I graduated!