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One day or day one

One day or day one

Is this one day or day one?  Have you received a lot of emails, blogs, recommendations or suggestions that now is the time to come up with a new goal, key objective, intention, a plan, your essence word or valid reason to get out of bed during this year? I have. Right now is a… Continue Reading

Life Admin Time

Life Admin Time

In amongst the commuting, working, juggling, school runs, client meetings and creative brainstorming we need our life admin time. Now more than ever. Those sections of time where we stop the train and get off – albeit momentarily. Life admin looks different for everyone. It could be when you unsubscribe to all the annoying emails… Continue Reading

A million little things

A million little things

Do you ever wake up and think I have a million little things to do today? A million? Really? That can only be described as overachieving but you know that. If I just get that million things down on paper they would be more manageable. So the list begins … By about number 10, the… Continue Reading

A little

A little

Ok, here it is. Today I just can’t do a lot of everything all at once. No juggling for me. How about you? I’m choosing to do a little instead. Sometimes a day or even a week can start off this way. Ask anyone who has a new job with a steep learning curve, an… Continue Reading

I just called to say ….

I just called to say ….

When you’ve got a spare minute in your day how will you spend it? Are you likely you stop, to collapse, breathe, sigh, close your eyes, text furiously or write more to-do lists? Could you make a quick call? Would you spend your moments to give someone an unexpected lift? “Hi, I just called to… Continue Reading

This is the part where I begin …

This is the part where I begin …

Begin what? Well, you know. The part where you just do “it”. That thing you think about incessantly. The one that keeps you awake at night. That thing that you know you could would or should start. No matter how many times you twist and turn the scenario around, it always comes out with the… Continue Reading

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