"Authenticity is when you say and do the things you actually believe." We are constantly being bombarded by the media, telling us who we should be, who we should strive to be like or what we should want out of life. We live in a global society that rates fame and superficiality as most desirable prizes. Where our bank balance is a direct measurement of our self-worth and much less importance is placed on how we actually live our lives.
We always want a bit more of the green stuff, don’t we? We love the opportunities that it gives us, and when we get to mid-life we think we're on top of our finances; after all we've been around for half a century, surely we should have a handle on it...
Let’s face it January is a rubbish time of year and statistically (and unfortunately) is the most depressing month of the year. The days seem long and mostly dark and overcast. It’s the time when payday seems like light years away, and all the glitz, glamour and fun of Christmas seems like a lifetime ago. But all of that said, January can be survived, trust me, here’s how;
Today we are looking at emotional eating. The current pandemic is enough to start anyone on an emotional eating journey, but what is an emotional eater and how you can stop being one?
I heard this story recently and knew I had to share it. It’s a very simple story but it demonstrates why knowing exactly who you are and what your value is, is so important.