30th of March

What Can I Do to Change? Part 2


In my last blog, I looked at practical ways to make changes, using the GROW model of coaching from Sir John Whitmore. This practical tool can be a great way of dealing with external issues which may be causing problems, for example the weekly shopping as a stress trigger.


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4th of February

What Can I Do to Change? Part 1


One of the things I’m often asked for, is advice about a deceptively simple question – what can I do to change? It could be a specific change that someone wants to make in their life, such as “I want to stop smoking”, or “I want to save more money”; or it could be something more complex, like “how do I stop feeling anxious a lot of the time?” or “how can I get more organised at home?” It’s amazing how hard it can be to make even simple changes in our lives, or to break habits or ingrained daily “rituals”.


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22nd of November

Body Confidence


The reason I’m writing this blog post, is that body confidence is a subject very close to my heart, as I experienced problems with it for some years. Today I don’t experience those issues with the same intensity and with the same behavioural results. I have to be honest and say I have occasional pangs of sadness about grey hairs and I’m aware of my tummy flap, but I think in general I’m kind of okay with things. Having some distance and objectivity means I can write about this without distortion and hopefully offer some advice:


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