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Kia Bing-Davies how to get out of your comfort zone

Do You Want To Be Free From Your Comfort Zone?

This week I’m so excited to welcome Kia Bing-Davies as my guest blogger.  Kia is one of the most amazing women I’ve ever had the privilege to meet.  The second time we met we just knew we had much more than a love of dogs in common!  We both love helping people and guiding them to […]

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women in business

Women In Business: Be Seen And Be Heard

This week I want to focus about women in business and in particular about being visible. The UK has one of the strongest entrepreneurial economies in the world and a huge proportion of that being Micro Businesses run by women – source UK Govt* There are 5.4M Small businesses in the UK 95% of these […]

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Dressing for your age

The Ugly Truth About Dressing For Your Age

I get so mad when I read articles about Dressing for your age. My blood pressure starts to rise when I see headlines such as: ’25 items in your wardrobe you cannot wear over the age of 30’ ‘My top tips for dressing for your age in your 30s, 40s, 50s’ – Seriously like we […]

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Ruth Randall Life Coach

Beating Yourself Up Is Pointless

Welcome to Part 3 of my interview with Ruth where Ruth finally learns that beating yourself up is a destructive behaviour and there are much better approaches to life. In part 1 we looked at how her life had been perfect before plunging into chaos.  In Part 2 we saw how Ruth began to rebuild […]

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Style reflect you

Does Your Style Reflect You?

Does your style reflect you?  What do I mean by this?  When you get dressed do you ever think about what your clothes are saying about you.   This is  because our clothes speak volumes before we even have a chance to open our mouths. Hence the clothes we wear are a great way to […]

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Comparing Yourself To Others

Comparing Yourself To Others

Let me ask you a question.  Were you one of the girls in school who: Looked amazing even in school uniform? Always had gorgeous hair? Always got great grades? Was picked for every sports team? Was the lead role in the school play? Had a huge circle of friends? The boys swarmed around like a honeypot? If […]

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Ruth Randall

Marriage Had Become A Co-Existence

Ruth and I met at a personal development group last year.  I immediately warmed to Ruth.  Her gentle empathetic approach and genuine desire to help others shines out like a brilliant light.  When I heard what she had been through on her journey I really wanted to share her story and was delighted when Ruth […]

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