Posts in mindset/self care
why you're not putting yourself out there

As creative entrepreneurs living in the digital age with the most effective marketing tool (social media) available at our fingertips, the pressure to put yourself out there is on.

A lot of my clients come to me with this feeling of dread-- a pressure to ‘perform’, to portray themselves and their brands in a good light. They worry that they’re going to come off badly and potentially harm their businesses/brands.

This is all of your inner critic's fine work.

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4 changes to make to your money mindset

This article was first seen as a Weekly Letter.

Money is a subject that we tend to shy away from. Maybe it’s because of Britishness, or that we’ve been taught it’s rude to talk about- I don’t really know. What I do know is that it’s more than healthy to talk about money. In fact, it’s vital that we open up a dialogue about it so we can learn more about our mindset and start living the life we want.

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Affirmations for October

Hello October.

That means the beginning of bunkering down for winter with a warm blanket and copious cups of tea on the sofa. Or in reality, wearing the A/W look of the self employed (dressing gown + 3 pairs of socks), cowering over the only source of heat in the house- your laptop. 

It might be starting to get cold but I honestly adore this time of year. It's the time of year when you can start reflecting on how you feel 2017 has gone, and what you may want to change before the year is out. Remember the 'Plan Your Best Year Yet' post I wrote at the beginning of the year? I'd love to hear how that's going for you.

Here are your affirmations for October; if you feel they resonate, feel free to save to your phone or computer so you can remind yourself of them daily.

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Affirmations for September

I love love LOVE September.

Maybe it’s because I’m still reminded of my school days; rushing to WHSmiths at the end of summer with my mum, getting new pens and pencils and all the colours of highlighters that would never be used for the impending new school year.

September, to me, feels like a new start; a clean slate, if you will. It’s a time where you can look back at the year so far and see if you’re going in the direction you want to, or realising if it’s time to change things up a bit.

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