Post Archive — June 2014


Being happy for 100 days

Author: Judith Bowtell   |   Date: 24/06/2014   |   Categories: Inspiration, Mindfulness

Sometimes change is not a major upheaval or struggle. It is not spending lots of money, disrupting your and others routines, or taking stressful risks. It is doing something small and sustainable each day, over time that shifts the way you feel and therefore how you see the world. Read more...


Learning to gently hold your dreams

Author: Judith Bowtell   |   Date: 17/06/2014   |   Categories: Career Development, Inspiration

I believe there is great value in knowing and embracing your dreams, even if we do not act on them. Without acknowledging our dreams, our passions and knowing what we love in life, we ignore a part of ourselves. Our energy is drained, and our satisfaction with what we have compromised. Read more...


Why do I feel guilty when someone else lets me down?

Author: Judith Bowtell   |   Date: 10/06/2014   |   Categories: Inspiration, Mindfulness

Disappointment, like all emotions, is a part of work and life. How we choose to deal with it is what puts us on the path to greater satisfaction and joy in life. Read more...


The importance of time out, re-creation and play

Author: Judith Bowtell   |   Date: 03/06/2014   |   Categories: Balancing work and life, Inspiration, Mindfulness

When was the last time you did something just for yourself? Not for your friends, family or pets. Not for your professional development or career. Not for your home, bank account or basic personal needs. When was the last time you did something which was entirely for you – because it gave you pleasure, satisfied your curiosity, inspired you or just felt good. Read more...


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