Posts Tagged ‘self-worth’

What Do You Really Value & Why?

Monday, May 29th, 2017

In the last blog we looked at self worth and and how it relate to the value we place on ourselves. Following on from that, we’ll explore values, how we determine what’s important to us and why.

If we were asked the question – What are your top 10 values? We would probably answer in different ways. Based on our life experiences and priorities, our value system is as individual as we are – but what exactly are values?


Self-Worth: How To Value Yourself!

Monday, May 15th, 2017

This month’s newsletter explored self-worth and how for each of us, it ties in with what we believe about ourselves. It can feel as if our belief and values are fixed. In many instances the values we grow up with and are instilled in us, usually from our parents and teachers, are one we take with us through life. They help us navigate the world and give us a sense of ‘knowing’ and belonging. They don’t change much, if at all and they are just what we believe. (more…)

Believe In All That You Are

Monday, September 14th, 2015

Self-belief is a powerful motivator and can contribute to improving your lifestyle and wellbeing immeasurably. From how you act to how you feel, it’s important to radiate confidence. You will see the difference it makes to how you are perceived by those around you. Everyone is the sum of their parts and it takes all these ingredients to make you the woman you are. Believing in your own abilities will help you on the path to achieving your daily or lifelong goals. (more…)

Banish Burnout For Good

Monday, May 11th, 2015

We’ve all been there. You’re doing too much, things are getting on top of you, there’s no end in sight and your life seems to be an endless merry-go-round of activities, car journeys, meals and sleep. Where will it all end? You’re burning up your energy, your emotional reserves and not allowing yourself some respite to recharge your batteries. Here are some thoughts on buffering against a burnout. (more…)

Letting Go Of Perfection

Monday, April 27th, 2015

There is no single definition of perfection, as everyone has a different perception of what perfection is.  In the same way, there is no one way of being the perfect mum.  Every parent’s situation is unique and you will face different challenges and require different skills as your family grows up. It’s important not to judge yourself by other people’s ideals. Have the strength and confidence to live the life you want and deserve, on your own terms. (more…)

Enjoy Yourself This Summer!

Monday, June 4th, 2012

Do you remember summer holidays way back when you couldn’t wait to get to the beach wearing your skimpiest bikini, ready to impress whoever looked your way? Nowadays, do you look upon family holidays with a pang of dread, wondering how much of yourself you can hide under your sarong, sun hat and layers of Factor 40? (more…)

Accept yourself with unbreakable confidence and self-esteem!

Monday, April 2nd, 2012

Do you accept yourself and like yourself the way you are? 
Do you feel valued and needed?
Do you accept criticism without feeling put down?
Do you speak up for yourself and share your true thoughts and feelings?
Do you take time regularly to take care of yourself in every way?
Do you approach most situations with confidence?

Since becoming a mum, do you believe you have lost your confidence and have little self-esteem? Are you ready to reclaim your lost sparkle, accept the woman you are and start living a life filled with confidence, balance and joy? (more…)

Celebrate The Woman You Are.

Monday, May 24th, 2010

The key to enjoying life confidently and passionately is to celebrate the woman you are! You are many things – a mum, a wife, a partner, a friend, a daughter, a work colleague, a PTA member – and you should be proud of all the things you achieve for yourself and your family on a daily basis.

Being a mum is extremely rewarding but it can be exhausting. When you are so busy attending the needs of others, you can often forget about your own needs and quickly become resentful and under valued. It is important, therefore, to ensure you value yourself, your time and your qualities – doing this will ensure you make the most out of every experience in life. (more…)