Lifeshaper Blog

From Fear To Excitement

From fear to excitement Saturday, my husband and I went zip wiring. This was my choice and my anniversary present to us, as we have both always loved to do fun, exciting and daring things. However, I will admit, I was completely filled with fear when I got to the top...

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Time management Tips

In this crazy, busy world we live in, lack of time can be one of the biggest stressors for most people, yet, when we chunk the day down, I'm pretty sure many people waste a few hours on things that don't really need their their focus. Have you ever thought to yourself...

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Discover your purpose

Determining what our purpose is in life can be one of the hardest questions that we as humans must try to answer. In this article we will be going through a step by step process, exploring your feelings and options, and by the end, you should have a fairly solid tool...

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Problematic Procrastination

4 Ways to Postpone your Procrastination We’ve all done it at some time or other. We put off our exercise routine until tomorrow; we continually delay finishing that project or starting that business. Procrastination is the mother of all demons and can literally stop...

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Digestive Health

Sue Worrall of www.healthhubacademy.com shares her thoughts on digestive health with us The digestive system is a group of organs responsible for the conversion of food into nutrients and energy needed by the body. In humans, the digestive system consists of the...

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The Power of a Journal

Do you Write in a Journal? We are said to have between 12,000 and 50,000 thoughts per day, of which 80% are negative and 95% are repeated, according to the National Science Foundation. Needless to say, this explains why we feel stressed, overwhelmed and overthink a...

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Workplace Stress

Workplace stress According to the HSE (Health and Safety Executive), in 2018/19 over 600,000 people in the UK reported experiencing work-related stress, depression or anxiety. This means 44% of all work-related illness. Therefore, it is important that employers take...

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Life can be so Short: Goodbye My Friend xx

Yesterday I said goodbye to a very dear friend. It was awful! Darren was just 40, but had achieved more in his 40 years, than many twice his age. Yesterday hit me hard, I felt that our local community of Neath had lost one of it’s legends, our own little superstar and...

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Stress, stress, stress

Is Stress Making You Fat? I bet you all know someone who has tried all diets and exercise plans going, but never loses a pound or an inch? Well our bodies react to everything that goes on around them. From the environment we live in, the food we eat, what we drink,...

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New Beginnings

New beginnings. Something that sticks in the forefront of my mind from every work-related convention or one of the many Mentorships I have done over the past few years, is that being authentically yourself is always best to achieve most success in life.  Now, I can...

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Social Media and Me

Getting to know me, 40 facts in 40 days Me and social media, well where do I start. Honestly if it wasn’t such a good business tool, I wouldn’t be on it. I am a private person, so am reluctant to show the world my personal life. I do it, as I know it gets people to...

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