An interview series with Mums in lockdown. I wanted to share firsthand their challenges, how they are navigating life, and any hacks they have discovered that enables them to inject more of what matters into each day.
Women struggle to keep up. Over the past 18 months, I have watched a shift, a visible shift in mental health, in wellbeing, and a particular shift in women. I’ve felt the shift in myself. I couldn't ignore what I was seeing.
In this episode of the Hacking Happy podcast, I want to share with you the lessons I have learnt in my 46 years that help me to cultivate an abundance mindset and extend to you a special invitation to join me in amplifying your abundance for free.
Creating the space to be alone with one's thoughts in a way that is constructive rather than destructive in the current environment provides the basis for us to step forward with intention and greater clarity.
In this week's podcast, I share the story behind why I delivered a keynote in my bathing suit in the hope that it might inspire you to look at fear through a different lens and demonstrate the magic that resides on the other side of the things we fear most.
I don’t know about you but this time, since nature decided to send us a clear message, feels blurred around the edges, it’s this weird combination of fast and slow, loss and awakening, grief and joy all mixed into a melting pot with the dial turned up to high.
What have you said Hell Yes to in the last 12 months? What does this list tell you? Ever wondered what would happen if you used the insights from these two questions to create a Hell Yes list and used it to evaluate opportunities?
Using guilt for inner peace. Here in Melbourne, I’ve been immersed in lockdown 4.0, and conversations with clients and friends have centred around the guilt of not being able to get all the things we want to be done in a day. Feelings of not being able to keep up seem pervasive and it has me questioning the long-term impacts of not dealing with feelings of constant guilt?