Happiness

A Happier Hour

  Wow, the past six months have seen some huge changes to the way I approach my business and life. I guess that’s what happens when you set your mind on a task as large as Writing A Book. This labour of love has proven every bit as challenging as I expected, and has pushed […] Read more…

Plant-Powered Women

  It’s no secret that I love plant-powered health, and stories of kick-ass women doing amazing things in the world. So I’m beyond thrilled to bring you an interview with the gorgeously inspiring Kathy Divine, author of Plant-Powered Women. Plant-Powered Women is filled with inspiration from pioneering female vegan leaders from around the globe, who […] Read more…

Sexy Sobriety

  Well, I never saw this coming.  Isn’t this Universe just the funniest thing? Six months ago I was hiding wine bottles and binge drinking almost every weekend. At 39 years of age – and a Health Coach, no less – I should have known better. But drinking doesn’t work like that, does it? It’s […] Read more…

Three Tales of Freedom

  Aahhh, delicious, blissful freedom.  Sweet liberation from habits and patterns that keep us stuck and hold us back from living the life we truly want. The path to freedom is rarely easy. Often it’s a journey that challenges us to dig deeper, face our demons, and love ourselves enough to create lasting change. Helping […] Read more…

Mastering Confidence

  My love told me I should write two disclaimers about today’s video:  that I probably (definitely!) had luck on my side that day, and that you should always just walk away from trash-talkers. haha, yes!  So true. But I like this example because I realised something so important that day – that confidence comes […] Read more…

How to Find Your Passion

  After my last post (about building a biz from my passions) I received so many messages from beautiful souls asking “How do I find my passion?” Such a great question! If you feel like you’re not really passionate about anything and are wondering how to find that special something that will fill your heart […] Read more…

100 Days Without a Drink – Part 3

Click here to read Part 1  &  here to read Part 2.   I knew a lifestyle change of this magnitude (and the internal work it required) called for radical self-kindness, so I ‘rewarded’ myself for getting through each day with little treats like long walks, fresh sheets, fresh flowers, new books, raw desserts, and […] Read more…

The Seventh Duchess Giveaway!

    When did your love of tea begin and how did it spark the desire to begin your own tea company? I have loved the ritual, experience and rich history of tea drinking for many, many years now! I love tea! It’s good for the mind, good for the body, and connects the modern […] Read more…

100 Days Without a Drink – Part 2

Click here to read Part 1.   If there’s one thing I’ve learnt in adopting a vegan lifestyle, then eating gluten-free, then starting my health coaching practice, it’s that having a great support network can mean the difference between weeping alone in the corner, and rocking it out and actually enjoying the challenge. Before embarking […] Read more…

The Secret to Killin’ It (Goal Winning Made Easy)

It was one of those unusually warm London days in May and I was eager to get outside and soak up the sunshine before it disappeared again. On my lunch break I hurriedly bought a health magazine, some carrot sticks and hummus, and headed to the Broadgate Circle steps. The sunshine was every bit as […] Read more…

5 Powerful Tools for Reconnecting with Yourself

  The most important relationship you will ever have is with yourself, gorgeous. Everything else stems from there – your energy, your work, your creativity, your relationship with others. When we disconnect from ourselves – when we stop listening to our heart and intuition – things show up in our lives that we don’t want. […] Read more…

Create a Vision Board to Rock Your Dreams

I must admit I was a bit of a strange kid. When I was 3 or 4, I’d drive my parents crazy, constantly asking ‘What does that say?’ as I pointed at the street signs we drove past. In my first week of school, I cried in frustration because I couldn’t read yet. Once I […] Read more…

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