Tips (Mollie’s Wisdom)

Wendy’s waistline battle

Wendy’s waistline battle

Wendy is a focussed and successful woman. Everything she wants to achieve works out. She goes for it, fights for it and gets the results. Her life goes the way she wants it to go. Apart from..........her waistline. For as long as Wendy can remember she has been...

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The 4 core emotions and diet stress

The 4 core emotions and diet stress

Follow my blog with Bloglovin Want to lose weight? Have tried it a few times before? Clearly not successful……. Dietstress Weight loss is more of an emotional journey than a practical, and knowing what is going on for you makes it easier to be successful. It sounds...

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Are you glad, sad, scared or mad?

Are you glad, sad, scared or mad?

Follow my blog with Bloglovin We think we have an enormous range of feelings. There is an overview  available from the NVC – Non Violent Communication, which contains hundreds of feelings and reading through them is very confusing. However, several studies (one from...

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Let’s dump stuff and feel emotionally balanced

Let’s dump stuff and feel emotionally balanced

Follow my blog with Bloglovin Last week I saw a client, Nell, who was in a real state. Her job was on the brink as another reorganisation was announced. Should she take redundancy and enjoy a sabbatical? Her partner wasn’t well and they were waiting for the diagnosis....

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FREE online meditation class

FREE online meditation class

Want to sleep like a baby? It's not a dream anymore if you join the online meditation class. It's a taster, so it's free. It's from your own home, so it's easy. I know what I'm doing and it is effective. BOOK via CLICKING THIS LINK and we will meet Wednesday 3 May -...

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Fat is a feeling, not a fact

Fat is a feeling, not a fact

Feeling fat doesn’t exist. For the simple reason that fat is not a feeling. Follow my blog with Bloglovin Fat is an indication of weight, maybe overweight, a judgment and a substance, but it is not a feeling. However, when we say that we are feeling fat, we are...

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Are you attached to stress?

Are you attached to stress?

Follow my blog with Bloglovin Stressed people are attached to stressed feelings. They feel out of control and insecure and are all over the place. In order to compensate for these feelings, they try to control as much as possible of the things they can control. In...

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How to deal with the horror of a terrorist attack

How to deal with the horror of a terrorist attack

Yesterday London was shocked by the terrorist attack at Westminster Bridge. Innocent people died or got wounded. Their families and friends have to carry the sadness and find a way through these horrible tragedy. The photos in the papers today made me cry. I am...

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3 reasons why change is always a challenge

3 reasons why change is always a challenge

'The only constant in life is change' - Heraclitus, a Greek philosopher. Anxiety, sadness and pressure are all part of the process of change and offer to most of us a real challenge. We want to find happiness and peace and that does not go well with the stresses,...

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A matter of life and death: breathing

A matter of life and death: breathing

Breathing is what determines life or death. The one and only action you need to take to stay alive. The first breath of a baby, usually a big screaming one, shows that this little person really is alive and when the last out-breath has left a body, the person will be...

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Decluttering is an art

Follow my blog with Bloglovin Decluttering is an emotional process. That is why most of us find it hard. Decluttering results in peace and quiet: in your house, your cupboard, your car and ultimately in your  mind. It is not just about throwing stuff away, getting rid...

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How to declutter

How to declutter

Follow my blog with Bloglovin We all have heard stuff about decluttering and how a decluttered house represents a decluttered mind; how holding onto clutter represents attachments and how neat- and tidiness stands for control. But is it true? Michelle has been living...

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How skin impacts on confidence

How skin impacts on confidence

I was at an all time low. Didn't understand why, didn't know what to do, felt desperate. I was fearing for my job, my relationship and even my friendships. Thanks to Mariette, that has all changed now - Lucy, accountant (37) This is a guest article, which points out...

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7 signs you are developing an eating disorder

7 signs you are developing an eating disorder

Follow my blog with Bloglovin Do you start new diets all the time? Are you not happy with your body? Do you wonder if your behaviour around food is ‘normal’? Is food and weight loss a big thing in your life? These questions can all point towards the development of an...

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Understanding your emotions

Understanding your emotions

Feeling emotional? Great. It means you are in touch with the caveman survival mechanisms that will keep you alive. Emotions are key in surviving and the good news is that we experience only 4 basic emotions, as research by Glasgow University shows.  An emotion is a...

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The Dr De-Stress ‘Stress Check’

The Dr De-Stress ‘Stress Check’

'I was amazed how much I learned about myself in less than an hour and how useful the tips were.’ Paul, Surrey https://youtu.be/Yted2qJLU0o A stress check is like a health check, focussed on stress. Most people are very dismissive of stress. Not that they don’t admit...

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Brain waves and how to make the most of meditation

Brain waves and how to make the most of meditation

Ever had a brain wave? That light bulb moment, which feels like a palpitating sensation inside your head? It doesn’t happen that often (well, definitely not to me) and I do wonder what actually is happening. The brain is an active and complex organ; research has shown...

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