How to Wallow Well: Seven Self Care Ideas

This blog post is NOT to put any pressure on you. There’s no ‘right’ way to wallow You wallow however you WANT to wallow. But because there’s so much going on every day, it’s beneficial – for our mental health as well as our overall wellbeing – to wallow and…

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Couch Coaching: Self Care Lessons from Black Widow

I’m not really an action film kind of person but figured I’d been watching a lot of S.W.A.T. (efforts to bring about radical police reform from within the system) so went to the CINEMA for the first time this year (for the first time since Bill and Ted!) and belatedly…

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We’re (Hopefully) Nearly There – Keep Going

Have you ever looked back at something you nearly gave up on (maybe more than once) and been so grateful that you persevered, even if things felt pretty hopeless at the time? In the new Amazon Prime film, Brittany Runs a Marathon, well, the title gives it away… Still, it’s…

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Cat Coaching for Self Care: How Can You Face Your Fears Head On?

Hi, Rainbow MagnifiCat from selfcarecoaching.net again (as translated by my human). Evie has been transfixed by me and next door’s lambs / sheep. They’ve been eating grass and as far as Evie’s concerned, they’re exceedingly welcome. She hopes they understand that they’re welcome to the grass but to avoid the…

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Soothe the Stress Response with these Triple Warmer Self Care Tools

The Triple Warmer is one of the meridians and gets its name from the three (upper, middle and lower) parts of the torso that make it up. These two simple tools may look strange but can be soooo soothing, I hope you’ll find them beneficial for those moments when even…

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Have You Given Yourself Credit for All You’ve Overcome and Done this Decade?

We forget so quickly. But if you were to do a bit of a timeline for the past decade, what might it look like? If you already have a way to do this, go for it. If not and you want to play with this one, grab a piece of…

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Highlights from Resilience Week 2

My own resilience has been tested a lot this week – beaurocracy around moving countries. In spite of everything, it’s comforting to recognise that my resilience is way better now than it was in the past and, of course, the spectacular views help me keep that bigger picture in mind…

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Highlights from Resilience Week 1

This week’s tips have been focused around resilience. Sometimes, we’re able to manage life’s challenges with ease and grace. Other times, we may feel knocked down and unable to get up again. Chumbawumba break (click HERE). I hope these ideas will help as well as sparking your own. What about…

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Wellbeing Wednesday: 5 Simple Steps to Give Your Miraculous Self More Space

Do you ever have one of those days where either everything is going amazingly smoothly or, if things are going wrong, you have that deep sense of ease and wellbeing and are still absolutely fine about it? Better than those days we’re it’s as if you’ve got out of bed…

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Wellbeing Wednesday: 7 self-care tips for World Mental Health Day

This week, we’re celebrating World Mental Health Day and noticing what works well as well as where we may need additional supports. When you think about ‘mental health’ do you imagine yourself or a loved one at their worst? Even though this is my area of work, I immediately remember…

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