Tips (Mollie’s Wisdom)

Xmas: a fairy tale or a self induced nightmare?

Xmas: a fairy tale or a self induced nightmare?

The season of fairy tales is on the doorstep. With the magic of Xmas sorting out all the bad stuff in life. Wars stop for a few days, everybody (even the homeless) will get a hearty hot meal, families reunite and the world sparkles peace. Like a fairy tale. Do you...

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How to learn meditation in a split second

How to learn meditation in a split second

Meditation is hot. It has proven to help with lots of different conditions: depression, insomnia, high blood pressure, migraines and more. Meditators notice they feel calmer, more focused and are more productive. Research shows how the brain changes as a result of...

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How to stop A-levels results anxiety

A-levels results This week is a big week for A-levels students and their parents. Why? The results will be known on Thursday morning at 8 am. A piece of paper that will be the reward for hard work or not such hard work and more importantly that will shape the lives of...

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Exam stress: do you remember the fear of failure?

Exam stress: do you remember the fear of failure?

Nowadays exam stress is an issue for 70% of teenagers according to a survey amongst thousands of teens. A few years ago I took my DS (Darling Son) James to his first GCSE exam. I asked him (what a ridiculous question mum) if he was nervous. Of course. He was...

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What is your attitude to gratitude?

What is your attitude to gratitude?

‘If you’ve forgotten the language of gratitude, you’ll never be on speaking terms with happiness.’ The simple act of feeling (!) grateful and expressing it has a strong impact on health, well-being and relationships. A series of recent studies have found positive...

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How meditation can cure insomnia

How meditation can cure insomnia

According to the global average, 1 in 3 people experience a mild case of insomnia at some point in their lives. But an article on The Guardian indicates that the statistic is even higher in Britain. They cited the Great British Sleep Survey, which revealed that 51.3%...

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Successtories meditation workshop

Successtories meditation workshop

The workshops 'Meditation with a Western flavour' are well received. Over two hours spent on relaxation techniques, meditation practices, breathing exercises and some teaching around the subjects of stress management, 'what is meditation', mindfulnes and how to master...

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7 easy ways to control your daily stress

7 easy ways to control your daily stress

Your daily dose of stress will help you safely through the motions of life. We all need a bit of a ‘kick up the bum’ to get into the right gear and perform. And when you get that bit of adrenaline going all goes faster and more efficient. Nothing wrong with that. But...

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Three ways to keep domestic stress under control

Three ways to keep domestic stress under control

I am a mum, but my ‘job description’ didn’t mention cleaning and tidying. If that had been the case, maybe I wouldn’t have signed. I don’t like household choirs and I am also not very good at it. Apart from cooking. The fact that I am mainly working from home and am...

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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

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 difficult, but actually as research by Glasgow University has shown, we only know 4 emotions. There are lot of...

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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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