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  • Ditch the Vision Board for a Values Board

    Vision boards are trash.
    There I said it. But at this time of year I think it needs to be said. I spent a good few years sucked into the allure of the vision board and, in retrospect, I can loudly proclaim that they were vapid, restrictive and shallow and did nothing to help move me…

  • We wish you a… Our honest wishes for you, at this time of year.

    This time of year is often full of wishes of good will. Folks wishing you a “Merry Christmas” and a “Happy New Year”. But as ~nice~ as that is, sometimes we need some well wishes that are a little meatier, that help us cling onto something precious or hopeful or beautiful for the future, in…

  • Ditch the “Considerate Text” Templates: 3 ways to respond that won’t make you sound like a sociopath

    There have been some text templates doing the cyber-rounds recently that aim to considerately manage expectations when it comes to avoiding emotional burnout or sharing sensitive information.
    There have been some text templates doing the cyber rounds recently that aim to considerately manage expectations when it comes to avoiding emotional burnout or sharing sensitive information.

    The template…

  • Spring Cleaning For The Soul

    Stick those unworn flare jeans back to where they came from, shove those hole-y socks where no one can see them and gently step away from your closet. Yes, this is spring cleaning… but not as you know it.

    We’re told to discard and dust off material things we no longer need but how often do…

  • Have a Spring Fling (with yourself)

    Spring is such a wonderful time of the year. It reminds us of rebirth, growth and of course, the steady approach of a warm and languid summer. As we ease into a new month, we invite you to treat yourself to a little fling, to get your body, mind and soul prepped for the madness…

  • Our four greatest fears (and what they say about us)

    Acknowledging what we’re most afraid of can help us honour the pain of past hurt, as well as provide insight into the things in life that are meaningful and important to us. Often we share many of the same fears, because humans generally find meaning and purpose in many of the same things – and…

  • The biggest lies we tell ourselves in relationships

    Our relationships can be rewarding and enriching as well as confusing and painful. But because relationships are so meaningful and important to us, we sometimes tell ourselves lies to avoid having to confront harsh truths about ourselves or our partners, and recognise that particular relationships might not be right for us.
    When it comes to romantic…

  • 6 things you shouldn’t say to a mate who’s not ok

    A kind word can be a breathtaking sunset to a hurting person

    Sometimes the people in our lives go through tough stuff. We want to be a good friend and help them out, support them and be there for them, but often it’s really hard to know what the right thing is to say.

    At times, we…

  • What you’re afraid of is smaller than you imagine

    There was a little woodland area at the back of my primary school. It was “out-of-bounds” for students. I remember it like an ominous Bavarian forest from a Grimms fairytale, full of wicked and evil things that could swallow you whole. To a 5-year old girl with a busy imagination, this patch of overgrown ferns…

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