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April 7, 2021
Are you focusing on the wrong problem?

Have you ever had a eureka moment, only to find out you completely missed the point? You see, when we start talking about problems we have, be it with a trusted friend or a coach, the issue is rarely the one we think it is. Often, what we've identified as the problem is: a symptom, a byproduct […]

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March 24, 2021
Why flexibility matters

Have you every asked yourself why flexibility matters? As in, what YOU would gain from having more of it in your life, at home or at work? And I'm not talking about whether you can touch your toes in a yoga class 🙂 Some people will describe flexibility as resourcefulness, navigating unexpected situations that we […]

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March 9, 2021
Why is it so hard to make decisions (and how to be more decisive)

How to be more decisive Have you ever wondered why it's so hard to make decisions? I am not talking about choosing your main dish from a restaurant's menu. I'm referring to the near-agony that we sometimes experience when faced with life choices, be they in your personal or professional life. Should you stay in […]

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February 18, 2021
3 tips to Stop Emotional Eating While You Work

We have all been there: long days, back to back meetings, 3 pm energy crash, biscuit hunt...Oh, and it’s only Monday! It's difficult to stop or even avoid emotional eating during the workday. While there are many other coping mechanisms out there, food remains an effective distraction from our worries and an easy-to-access source of […]

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February 16, 2021
What to say and do when people go through a difficult time

For as long as I remember, I use to have this fear of not knowing what to say or saying the wrong thing to people going through a difficult time. Interestingly, I didn't have that problem with people that were closest to me. Maybe because we had a history that, in my mind, gave me […]

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February 9, 2021
Is Love A Losing Game?

I've done a lot of thinking about relationships these past couple of months. According to a psychologist friend, spending more time at home because of the COVID restrictions has some interesting effects on a number of patients. In some cases, people who had been feeling like two strangers co-sharing a home fell in love again. […]

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February 1, 2021
How to develop REAL Confidence?

One of the best things about being a coach is that I get to work on topics I love. The hard bit is that I am routinely “revisiting” my own life, both past and present, looking for patterns and examples that illustrate what people struggle with. Confidence is one of those things. Have you ever […]

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January 26, 2021
Can You Love Yourself and Still Want to Change?

It's the start of the year and you've probably been bombarded with promotional messages on how to transform your body, make money while you sleep or make 2021 your best year yet. I don't know about you, but the global pandemic of 2020 has made me audit what's important, what deserves my attention. So let […]

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November 25, 2020
Feeling overwhelmed? Why are we worrying more and baking less this time around

Eight months into the the COVID pandemic, lockdown is still the reality we live in, albeit a less restrictive one than the first one. While your social media feeds may have been flooded with baking photos and DIY projects, this time feels different. We are feeling overwhelmed. I hear it from my clients, from my […]

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August 25, 2020
It's Not Enough To Be Good

Today, being competent, talented, or gifted even won't guarantee a successful career. It's not enough to be good. Globalisation and easier access to education and training mean that more and more highly people enter the job market every year. And that's something to celebrate as a collective! But how can we, individually, make the most […]

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