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    10 Things We All Need To Remember

    1) Other people’s opinions say more about them than they do about you. That person dealing out snarky remarks or putting you down is simply projecting their own insecurities and jealousy in your direction. Don’t give their opinions a second thought – just keep doing what you’re doing. 2) There’s no secret formula for happiness. You can’t just work your way through a checklist and expect to be rewarded with some sort of happily ever after. Instead, you need to…

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    A Love Letter To The Women In My Life

    (Image source here) As I’m sure many of you know, today marks International Women’s Day. I think it’s so fab that we have a day dedicated to recongising women and all…

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    Dream Bigger

    I think we all spend a lot of time daydreaming in January, don’t we? It’s totally natural when you’re back at your desk, pulling long days for the first time in…

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    A Recipe for Happiness

    Read voraciously. Read a variety of stuff. Pick up the books and magazines that don’t appeal to you and see what you can learn. Practice listening more than talking. Don’t be…

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    8 ways to make the most of January

    Ahhhh, January. We meet again. So many people have a downer on January, but I’ll let you in on a little secret – it’s actually one of my favourite months. Sure, it’s…

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    My Goals for 2017

    Happy New Year everyone! 2017 is finally here and I’ve got a feeling it’s going to be a bloody good one. I’m not big on making resolutions – I never manage…

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    6 Ways To Get More Hygge In Your Life

    I first learnt about hygge (pronounced hoo-ga) when Sam and I went to Copenhagen back in March. The hotel that we stayed at had a “cosy hour” or hygge hour everyday…

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    It’s never to late to get started

    I think one of the biggest lies we tell ourselves as adults is that we’ve left it too late. That we’ve missed the deadline. That we’re too old to get started…