Hi Ladies, I’m Beth
I am a certified transformation and life coach who is passionate about helping woman manage stress by empowering them to let go of limiting beliefs and negative emotions.
Why is it that we find ourselves yelling obscenities at other drivers in the traffic while on our way to work, dreading another day of dealing with the politics in the office? Or on the occasional day, maybe once or twice a month you may find yourself crying in the bathroom at work? Or maybe you fell into a deep spiral of anger and depression after you single handedly worked evenings and weekends to make sure a certain project didn’t fall apart, then when the project ended up an amazing success, your name was nowhere to be seen on it… so you went home and hit the wine.
These are just a couple of examples, however situations like these are more common than we like to admit, with more and more people burning out that it is now being recognized as a legitimate diagnosis by the World Health Organisation. According to recent studies, we are more stressed now than we were just 5 years ago, however many of us still feel too scared to talk openly about this as they don’t want to appear weak or put a spotlight questioning their abilities in the workplace.
Read this blog post with “5 Signs That You May Actually be Burning Out” so you can seek help before you actually do.
Goodness, we are already one month down into a new year and decade! January can seem like the longest month ever with trying to settle back into normality, all while having the hype of the new year going on around you. I think that is why February can often feel like the month when the year finally starts to move forward after we have had our time to reflect and decide on where we would like to move forward towards.
During January I put together a Challenge called the Living 2020 on Purpose Challenge which was to help women drown out the noise of the new year and really show up for themselves in a gentle, mindful way. If you still feel like the year has got off to a slow start then don’t worry, I have just the thing for you in this blog where I am going to explain a bit more about intention setting and the key areas in your life to concentrate on when setting intentions for yourself.
I don’t know about you, but I find the older I get time just keeps flying by faster and faster? With life constantly moving by, many of us find it difficult to take a step back during the busyness of daily living to actually reflect on where you are, what’s going well, what isn’t going well and how you are actually feeling.
Although I think we need to take time to do this consistently throughout the year, the upcoming holiday period is really a good time to take stock and reflect on everything you have achieved, learned and overcome during the course of the year so you can start the new year afresh with a new perspective.
Read this blog post with 10 questions to help you reflect.
Have you ever heard the saying, “What you think, you become”? I wanted to delve into this a bit more this month, especially focusing on beliefs as your most dominant thoughts, beliefs and emotions are what will be creating your current circumstances and reality that you are experiencing.
We are basically experiencing the feelings of our thoughts, and without trying to get too sciencey on you, scientists have concluded that our thoughts are real and to date they are the highest form of vibrating energy that have been measured. As we are constantly thinking, and then feeling, with no off button it can often lead to us living on auto pilot if we don’t become aware of what is happening in our mind.
Work and stress. To most of us, they seem to go hand-in-hand. The negative emotions that cause work stress and its resulting conditions (think depression, burnout and a host of other mental, emotional and even physical problems) are sometimes seen as unavoidable parts of the work experience. So many people tend to accept them without protest, thinking that’s just the way it’s supposed to be.
But what if it doesn’t have to be that way?