Be more, have more, do more… but what the f*ck does that all mean? So if you don’t have a clue where to start, you haven’t read a book since finishing school, you are fed up with Facebook and Google algorithms dictating what you read, and you feel like you are drowning in the sea of information this is for you.
I will share with you things that worked for me to improve my health, finances and life. I promise to keep things short and fun. So be inspired and learn something new!
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Life Tips & Hacks
25 Fun Facts That Will Make You The Most Interesting Person In The Room Share on facebook Share on twitter Share on pinterest Share on linkedin Have you ever been stuck at one of those ‘oh, God, we have nothing in common’ dates your friend from work has set you
Quick question, would you like to improve your sleep? Here are 10 tips on how to sleep like a pro. Share on facebook Share on twitter Share on pinterest Share on linkedin You are on a mission to improve your health. You have spent countless hours reading blogs and scrolling
Millions Of People Hate Christmas. Here Are 5 Questions You Can Use At The Dinner Table To Have A More Meaningful Christmas Holiday.
Christmas and Easter scores high on the list of triggers for social anxiety and it is all down to the fact that that we are more than ever being pushed to pretend.
To feel good and happy people need to feel connected so kill those empty dinner table conversation about nothing and start a new dinner trend by using the below 5 questions to get people to open up and connect to you.
Increase the Odds of Achieving Your Dream Life with this FREE Annual Life Review Template & Goal Setting Tips
Did you know that people who review their life at least annually are 10X more likely to succeed? According to Dr Gail Matthews – Dominican University (you might know this as the mythical Harvard Business Study or Yale Goal Study, spoiler alert, neither ever happened) people with clear life vision and goals are ten times more successful. It’s shocking to find that only 3% of the population set goals, and from that 3 %, only 1% write them down.
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