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Slowing Down is the New Busy: 5 Ways to Start

This post was updated on 13/05/21When lockdown happened, it forced us all to slow down. We couldn’t carry on with our busy lives, rushing from one task to the next. Jumping in the car to do multiple drop offs and pick ups. Our time being taken up by other things.The thing is, I heard a …

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Ten Tips for a Simple Home

It’s true what they say about a tidy house, tidy mind. Research shows that having a neat, well-organised, and sparkling clean home plays an important role in mental health and general wellbeing. An untidy home can subconsciously negatively affect our wellbeing. Whereas cleaning your house alleviates the stress associated with an untidy home, plus the physical …

Learn To Focus On Quality Not Quantity

This post was updated on 13/05/21Part of living simply is about bringing everything back to the basics. The tendency is to overspend and get too many things in life because they are cheap or you’re are concerned things will run out. This leads to more items in our homes or life generally. More clutter can …

How to Take Control and Grow in Confidence

This post was updated on 07/01/20Have you seen what’s on the blog so far this month? There’s a blog post on 7 signs you need a confidence boost and a free checklist with 10 ways to boost your confidence and How to Start your Day with More Confidence – also with a free checklist. So …

7 Self-Care Activities You Can Do This Weekend

This post was updated on 13/05/21Maybe you’d like to incorporate more self-care activities into your weekend, but you’re not really sure where to start. Well today I’ve got 7 self-care activities you can do this weekend, to feel healthier and happier and shine that little bit brighter. Let’s keep this simple and get right to …

An Introduction to Self-Care for Your Body

This post was updated on 13/05/21When we think of self-care, we often think of massages and pedicures. Those are fantastic but certainly not part of daily self-care. But some of the most important self-care activities are those that tend to the more mundane needs of the body: getting enough sleep, drinking lots of water, eating healthy food, …

Self-Love vs Self-Care

This post was updated on 13/05/21I’ve mentioned this before, I am passionate about promoting the importance and impact of daily self-care. I talk a lot about it on this blog and I have a Facebook group, Shine in Self-Care, with ideas, support and encouragement. There’s lot of exciting things to come as well by the …

Simple Holiday by the Sea, in Rock, Cornwall

This post was updated on 13/05/21I am currently spending the most glorious week in Rock, Cornwall. So much so I decided to change the subject of today’s post, so that I can tell you about this instead. Rock is a coastal fishing village in Cornwall, England, United Kingdom. It is opposite Padstow on the north-east bank …

My way to wellbeing through daily greatness

It’s taken me a little while to write my Wellbeing Wednesday post. I felt “out of sorts” in July. Progress with wellbeing and fitness goals was slow. Can I blame the heat? Well partly, because it has increased my fatigue and thrown out our daily routine. July was a successful month in many other ways, but …