Monday, January 26th, 2015
Scared of Monday? Did you have that not in the pit of your stomach last night? Didn’t wanna get up? Want the world to drift away so you can enjoy those last lingering moments of your weekend?
Here’s the thing: either you think Monday’s a bitch or you make it YOUR bitch.
I vote for the latter.
Wednesday, January 21st, 2015
The third episode of my podcast, The No Bullshit Guide to Life, is now live. This week I’m talking about being successful. Ahh success; how to get it, what it means and most importantly, how to define it on your own terms. You can listen by clicking on the pic above, subscribing on iTunes, or downloading the acast app.
Pretty please do subscribe and spread the word. I can’t wait to make this podcast bigger and better. Thanks for listening!
Wednesday, January 21st, 2015
This time of year, a lot of us are thinking of making or breaking new habits. I need to make and break a few myself and am really making a concerted effort to get my frikkin’ act together, ’cause I’m sick of myself y’all. SICK OF MYSELF! Gah! Let me get specific: insomnia is slowly testing my last good nerve. It’s not a new problem for me. It’s like that really annoying old friend who keeps trying to add you on Facebook and no matter how much you ignore it, their persistence is award-worthy. Anyway, it’s high time I drop kicked insomnia all up in the face and I think I’ve found a way that may help.
Monday, January 19th, 2015
I’m not one of those chicks who has been best friends with the girl down the street since the age of 3. I don’t have the arsenal of stories of how close we were and how we finished each other’s sentences and practically lived at each other’s houses. I’ve moved countries a few times, I’ve struggling to make connections, to keep them. I’m an introvert, I like my own company, I tend to push people away. Despite that, I have miraculously managed to keep hold of a few true homies. Call me a late bloomer if you want, but it’s really only been in the past year that I’ve realised just how important having friends is. When you’re not a teenager anymore, trying to establish those connections and make them count is a whole new journey, but discovering a sisterhood is pretty awesome.
Thursday, January 15th, 2015
Massive thank you to all of you who listened to the first episode of my podcast, The No Bullshit Guide to Life, just before Christmas. The response has been great, so I was super excited to get back in the studio today and record another one.
This time around I’m discussing the #InstaPurge and how we all seem to be concerned with the quantity of our online followers, rather than the quality.
Have a listen by clicking on the pic above. You can also get it on iTunes (search The No BS Guide to Life – iTunes don’t appreciate my potty mouth) or download the acast app and listen to it there. However you listen, pretty please make sure you subscribe and spread the word so I can make this thing bigger and better.
Use the hashtag #NoBSPodcast on Twitter to let me know your thoughts.
Wednesday, January 7th, 2015
First of all, let me tell you, you look faaaabbbbuloouuusss. My GAD, the years have been good to you.
So, I’m writing to you from your past. Remember 2014? Yeah, that was a year of pretty massive change for you, huh? Sure, on the surface, you dealt with the various road bumps that year like some superior level ninja, but beneath it, we both know, you spent a fair bit of time clinging to the walls wondering how to keep it all from caving in at any given moment.
But somehow, you held it together.
Monday, January 5th, 2015
I love the energy a New Year brings. There’s this awesome buzz in the air. Everyone’s hopeful and positive and full of resolve. Sure, when we get to work on the business end of actually going about our daily lives, the sheen gradually wears off that a little as the months progress, but I love the vibe of early January. Naturally, there are the naysayers who hate the resolutioners. Absolutely, every day presents an opportunity for change and new goals, but there’s nothing wrong with using a new year as a marker too. There are all sorts of ways to use this time of year to implement changes in your life. Personally, I like to pick themes.
Monday, December 22nd, 2014
Well I’ll be damned if Christmas ain’t a time for giving, sharing, caring, family and all that jazz, but also, becoming reflective as a mofo, trying to navigate a time of year that can be a potential emotional minefield. I’ve been taking a good look at the emotional behaviour I’d like to leave in 2014 and stuff I’d like to work on in the year ahead. I had a bit of a breakthrough with that this past week while mulling over a situation that’s had my feathers a little ruffled of late. It was fairly easy to slap some sense into myself when I realised I have no control over this particular situation. Being upset about it is completely futile. You can drive yourself crazy stressing out about that stuff, so how can you stop it?
Friday, December 19th, 2014
OMG y’all! This is exciting! I was approached recently by a super cool podcast company called acast about creating my own podcast and well, you guessed it, this right here is the pilot episode. EEKKK! I’m so excited to share this with you. I had great fun recording it and am really looking forward to this being a major focus for me in 2015.
The No Bullshit Guide to Life is my very own straight-talking, no-nonsense chat fest giving you awesome advice and insight into how to navigate this ever-complicated thing called life.
Click the image above to have a listen, or download the acast app and listen on that (I will have it up on iTunes very soon too).
Let me know what you think of it and any topics you’d like to hear me chat about. Join the conversation on Twitter by using the hashtag #NoBSPodcast
Can’t wait to hear what you think. As ever, thank you so much for your support and encouragement in all my endeavors.
Wednesday, December 17th, 2014
If you manage to make it to December without reviewing how your year has gone and plotting your year ahead, you’re a better person than I (and also probably have a level of chill I could probably learn from). But just idling by and not addressing any of the great highs or soul-sucking lows you experienced throughout the year doesn’t really help you. It’s time to focus, plan, get clear on what you want, learn from what went wrong and kick down the door to the New Year with a sense of purpose.