I am a women’s leadership coach specialising in helping women to embrace who they are, stop denying themselves and follow their passion. In my work I combine teachings and…Read More
It’s not me – it’s you. You are behind your success, every one of them. Your hard work, your dedication, your willingness to show up and be vulnerable. I’m…Read More
My (free) gifts to you. And also things that I like, and use, which you might enjoy too.
Please enjoy, share with your friends, and let me know what you…Read More
I’m spending the holidays at home and can’t wait for the feast. Luckily for me vegetables have always been featured on my family’s…Read More
The holiday party season is upon us, which means abundance of meals, parties, and gatherings that are filled with delicious but generally unhealthy foods. Of course there is more…Read More
When I fell into a job in NHS, I thought I was sorted. I had a career for life, with a clear progression path and a pension plan.
After the honeymoon period I started to struggle. I knew I was good at my job and could deliver results, but I felt unsupported, unheard and isolated.
The pressure coming from different directions with conflicting demands became just too much and after twelve years, it made me leave the NHS.
Though I value the people I met there and the experiences I’ve had along the way, I wish I’d known then what I know now. I wish I’d known how to set boundaries to make the impact I wanted to make without burning out. If I had – it would have made my life so much easier and more fruitful.
Breakfast, for me, is the most important meal of the day. And my favourite.
Easy and yummy recipes to fill your lunch box or serve for the evening meal.
Think beyond a handful of nuts. Snacks can be healthy, tasty and exciting.
Life would not be worth living without a special treat. Or two. Because why not?