Using Your Daily Diary as a Coaching Tool

In my post about journaling prompts, I encouraged you to become your own life coach. Change begins with you, I can be the catalyst but you still have to want it. In this article we'll look at how your daily diary can be used as a coaching tool. Why you should keep a...

More Time: A 4 Step Plan for Working Women

More time. I need more time or more hours in the day. I hear this constantly from the women I coach. But we all have the same 24 hours in a day so how is it that some women manage to do more than others? Are some superwomen. NO. (WE ALL ARE!) Are some lazy? Possibly....

Why Working Women Don’t Achieve Their Goals

What does it take for a working woman to achieve their goals? Now before we start, I must point out that the inability to stick to and achieve goals isn't just a "working woman's" issue. Many people, from all works of life,male and female often have difficulty in...

5 Minute Mindfulness Tips for the Working Woman

Anything we do with focussed attention can be classed as meditation. That design you're working on; the client proposal you enjoy writing; colouring in - all meditation. As working women, we can get distracted by our constant stream of thoughts, worries and...

5 Reasons to Try Mindful Colouring In

Colouring in? As a working woman, this sedentary pastime is probably the last activity on your mind. After all, who has time to colour in when emails need to be sent, washing up needs doing and children need to be fed? But unless you've been under a rock for the last...

17 Quotes to Inspire & Motivate Working Women

Inspirational quotes don't have to be saccharine filled nonsense - they can actually be great motivators, if they’re used correctly. So The Wellness Academy has decided to collate a list of motivational quotes especially for working women. Motivational & Inspirational...

7 Podcasts Working Women Should Listen To

I am an avid reader. I much prefer to get my information from reading but every now and then, such as when I’m driving or doing the housework (NOT very often) I pop a podcast on and indulge in a bit of audio-learning. These are my favourites.

Don’t get stressed – think NBS!

According to hse.gov.uk, in 2015, 11.7m days were lost as a result of stress. It accounted for 45% of all absences. And this is just the figures for EMPLOYED people. Goodness knows what the stats on self-employed would be.

As self-employed business owners, we can’t afford to be ill. So how can we avoid stress and it’s consequential debilitating affects?