Celebrate Your Successes! You Deserve It. 

Generation Panic’ers tend to rush from one thing to the other. In doing so, they forget to pause and celebrate their achievements along the way. Ambitious high-achieving professionals are often so focused on the end result that they forget to stop and appreciate what has already been achieved. They do set goals, but once theyContinue reading “Celebrate Your Successes! You Deserve It. “

The Positive Impact of a Gratitude Book

A gratitude book is proven to have a positive impact on our lives. It brings us a wealth of positive emotions. By practicing gratitude, Generation Panic’ers can learn to appreciate the small things in life, feel happier and be calmer. As we learn to discover the positives in the everyday moments, we can reduce ourContinue reading “The Positive Impact of a Gratitude Book”

In a panic

An overwhelming rush of energy courses through your body  When we are stressed cortisol and adrenaline levels increase in the body; a surge of energy that pushes you into action. You suddenly feel your heartbeat increase, you begin to breathe faster and can start sweating. In the face of something frightening This reaction is called theContinue reading “In a panic”

Your Body Speaks – Listen and Trust your Gut Feeling

Have you noticed that when you are feeling down your shoulders are hunched? Or when you are worried, your muscles becomes tense and your neck feels tight and strained. Our body can physically reflect the emotions we are feeling. Amy Cuddy in her TED Talk talks about the power pose and how we can ultimatelyContinue reading “Your Body Speaks – Listen and Trust your Gut Feeling”

5 things I wish I had known in my twenties

Do you recognise yourself? Are you in your twenties or thirties? Are you ambitious, driven and have progressed quickly at work? Do you have a packed life (friends, family, gym, work etc.), but you are struggling to keep all the plates spinning at the same time? Do you feel successful but worried below the surfaceContinue reading “5 things I wish I had known in my twenties”