Or do you just want to live your life? Everywhere I look these days it’s all, #goals what are your goals? Set your goals! Achieve your goals! Live your dreams! Dreams! Goals! Dreams! Goals! Argh! Now, while I love how positive this is and I think it is important to have goals, to
I’m sad to see the end of this year drawing ever closer, as I feel that we have really bonded and now I have to say goodbye. It’s cool though because I have s**t loads of awesomeness planned for next year and although 2018 won’t kick 2017’s ass, because they’re best buds,
As you might be aware I recently published my first book – From flat-out to focused. This was, of course, an enormous achievement for me and something I am happy to tick off of my goals list. Since publishing the book I have had several people ask me how I had time to write it.
I’ve only gone and done it. I have written and published a book. This is something that I have dreamt and fantasised about for years. Yes, I fantasise about having books published…so what? I know it doesn’t come with £50,000 advance or a fancy book tour or signings in huge shopping centres but it
I’ve done a bucket list post before, in fact I may have even done two but who’s counting and who says I can only have one bucket list anyway? A big major must-do for me is hiking the Pacific Crest Trail, I am obsessed. I just love the challenge that comes with it. It would
My biggest goal is to become self employed, my own boss, own rules. Writing my way through life. My blog and my books are my source of income and a bloody good income too. That is my 5 – 10 year goal. It’s definitely achievable, it’s just going to be bloody hard work
Do you think that when Alan Sugar, Richard Branson and J.K Rowling first started out they were successful overnight? Well they weren’t. So that answered that. They did not make millions on their first day of business. When Rowling was sat on that train planning Harry Potter, she didn’t know it would make her
Sophie dreams of being a mermaid and she’d like to teach the world to swim. Not content with being Mum, swim teacher and almost mermaid, Sophie is also on a mindset mission and hopes to rid the world of negative thinking with her positive vibes and the Law of Attraction.
“I’ll do it later” I know exactly what I mean when I say ‘I’ll do it later’. It usually means ‘I have no interest in doing that so I’ll put it off until it goes away’ (which it doesn’t). Those things are usually along the lines of washing up, laundry, drying my
Well we all already know that I want to do everything! Again this is one of those moments where I remember David Allen; “You can do anything, not everything” However, just for the sake of it I thought I’d write a few of those things down that I think about doing. Some