You can do anything even when life gets tricky. Tricky times (hello Coronavirus), tricky things (starting something new or doing something for the first time) and I guess we could probably add tricky people into the mix. Life is full of trickiness, but when we believe in ourselves and we believe that we can handle anything life throws our way, it feels less scary and more peaceful. As the drama of the Corona Crazy unfolds, I want to help you feel as peaceful as possible.
What would your life feel like without all those worries? Wouldn’t it be lighter, freer and feel so much easier! Of course, it would! In today’s episode, I’m going to share with you some things that I think everybody needs to understand about their worries so that they don’t take over your life.
Do you know the secret to happiness? Smiley tells you about the 3 myths or lies that people believe are the secret to happiness. Then she helps you work out what your happiness is all about.
The way you start your day really sets the tone for what’s to come. Do you start slow and feel ready for the day ahead?
Or are you rushing about stressed – not able to enjoy it for fear of being late or forgetting something?
Today I’m going to share with you how you can make mornings more enjoyable and less stressful. I want you to start your day with a smile! Not one on your face – that would be nice, but even if you’re grumpy in the morning, you have an inner smile that you can activate.
The Coronavirus has become a global pandemic and changed our daily life as we know it. The planet has slowed down, the schools are shut and people are being asked to stay at home. With all this time on our hands, can we turn this to our advantage or are we drowning in a sea of worry and feeling stuck with nothing to do. Let’s have a chat about that.
It’s October half term here in the UK and as exciting and fun as it is to have so much time and space away from school, I also know that into that space jumps sibling squabbles, endless requests for more sweets, screens and other items that require strict limits. Hold those boundaries firm – don’t let the giddyness of the holidays weaken your resolve!