Sick on holiday

My last post was about my planned holiday so now I am going to share with you ho wit actually went. Hopefully the following is not familiar to you. You have been looking forward to a holiday and you have prepared well for it. You were careful to choose a destination...

Winter Vacation time

For me planning is essential in my life with pain. Thankfully I have always been a bit of a planner, so this is not too hard on me. I have to plan my day ahead to build in moments for breaks and rest and physical activity. What is more fun to do is to plan my...

Goals for 2016

Did you set goals for this year? Either personal or professional? In my job [coaching] it is a big thing to set yearly goals. Last year I decided to give it a goal. I invested in a course on planning and I set aside time to make a complete year plan. In fact I was...

Pacing

Pacing was one of the hardest things I had to learn. This is especially true for women. We are so used to juggling family and work. Often what looses out is time for ourselves. For some this results in a burn out and or physical problems. The body will send out hints...

A new beginning

I haven’t written on this blog for a very long time. Last year was a year of transition for me and thinking long and hard where my heart lies when it comes to counseling and coaching. I have decided although I love working with sensitive people, my heart goes out to...

Blue Monday

last Monday the 21st was called blue Monday. Scientists have figured out that it is the most depressing month of the year. It falls on the Monday of the last full week of January. Supposedly it is based on a scientific formula. As I am not a scientist I have no idea...
Happy 2013

Happy 2013

I hope you all had a good start to the new year. This is the time that most of us are filling with good intentions. We start the year promising ourselves that this will be the time we break bad habits. Make a fresh start. Does that sound familiar?   How often have you...
Are you a perfectionist, part II

Are you a perfectionist, part II

Did you do the tasks set in the first part of this blog post? Or would that have added only more stress in an already busy time? Let me quickly remind you what I asked. How much energy did I use? Could I have used less? How much time did this cost me? Did I really...

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