As it turns out when I was young, I didn’t really believe in myself … I had deep beliefs that I was not successful, enough or safe. Now I understand that your beliefs mirror how you interpret your reality and the health your body. In my 20’s my career led to dead end after dead end, I would work so
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GET SET FOR WORLD MS DAY! The countdown is on to World MS Day 2018, and right up until Wednesday 30 May we’ll be joining the global campaign reflecting on how research is bringing us closer to better treatments and a cure for multiple sclerosis. The hashtag #BringingUsCloser is your ticket to finding people and content on sites such as
Let’s rewind 10 years ago to 2004 when I was 24 years old. I was enjoying life in every way possible, working in the Fashion Industry; a career that I loved. I was happy, dating and out with my friends.
This was the year I was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis (MS).
5 Easy Ways To Reduce Stress
Living in this world is a stressful thing. From work life to the news, it’s hard to keep calm and carry on. However, there a few easy ways you can control your stress levels, and keep them down.
This week I want to talk about what taxes you energy?
They key is to understand why you do what you do!
When you are next stressed out about something here are some tips to help rewire your brain to work through it in a new way that will change your life.
I woke up today for the first time, actually ‘seeing’ the beautiful view on my daily walk with the dogs again. With motivation, ease and will that I have missed for the last few months.
It has reminded me that there really is heaven and hell here on earth – according to one’s state of mind.
How I see the world stem from my thoughts – which stem from what I deeply believe about myself, life and the environment around me.
Virgil Anderson is alive today and receiving life-saving treatment because he found an organisation that provided him with the information and support he needed. As we all share what we learn from our journeys with cancer, whether ours or another’s, we can give each other more options and genuine hope. Thank you, Virgil, for sharing this with us.
Relates in life to your personal development.
When one becomes concerned about the rate (too fast / too slow) of growth this may be related to the change in the body’s metabolism.
When menopause occurs this is when the change in hormones that allow the female body to carry out its physical female role.