As we wrap up the end of the year, I encourage you to take some time over the holiday season to reflect, gain awareness and then imagine how you’d love 2022 to unfold by answering the following questions.
We can’t change the situations around us however we can change the way we respond to them. By developing self-care rituals which cultivate a deeper connection to our conscious self, your life will unfold in the most spectacular ways.
Ever wondered how coaching can support you? Have a read below, where Janelle, one of Tracy’s clients shares how coaching supported her…
I find it interesting that we can be very consistent when it comes to complaining about our problems, sometimes unaware we’re even doing it. So how about we practice a consistent ritual, which enhances life.
The festive season is just around the corner. Are you feeling excited or do you feel triggered, out of control and keen to run for the hills! If it’s the latter, I’ve got a few tips which might make this time of year a whole lot better.
Many years ago, when I first moved away from my hometown, I decided to study Kinesiology. For approximately three and a half years I spent one weekend a month and every Monday, in class. I also studied from home and with other students.
I asked some people to describe someone they thought of as a manipulative person. Interestingly, the response I got was ‘someone who is controlling’.
‘25 push-ups for 25 days’ An initiative to support people struggling with mental illness by staying active and making it OK to talk about the struggles people are facing.
With an awareness of where this belief shows up in our lives, we have the ability to take back our power and change things for the better.
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I’m helping people shine… I was at an event last week when someone asked me about my background. “What did you do before you began coaching?” they
Are you running around like a crazy lady, doing a whole lot of ‘stuff’ yet feeling like you’ve never done enough? Do you tick a