Category Archives: coach-therapy

Happy World Freedom Day!

 

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What does the word freedom MEAN to you?

What would being truly free, FEEL like?

How might it feel to make a list of everything you’re ready to release? Tapping (EFT) can be a wonderful way to free yourself from the blocked energy. You can access a video explaining how to do it for yourself HERE.

Maybe freedom means ending a relationship or setting a healthy boundary and redefining the relationship so you’re not betraying yourself to please someone else?

Perhaps it means crossing a load of items of your To Do list and either delegating/outsourcing the essentials or letting things go completely.

Maybe it means some kind of sabbatical or break to travel and experience a different way of life.

Perhaps it means speaking out about something you’ve been holding onto.

What will help YOU feel even a taste of freedom today?

Feel free to post what freedom means to you today below.

love,

Eve

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I know, I know, but, in case you’ve started your Christmas shopping…

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I can already hear the outrage. It’s only the start of November! And yet, some people LIKE to sort Christmas and other holiday shopping early. Some people (including me) are already REALLY looking forward to making 2018 the best yet.

If you’re interested, I’ve put together a few potential gift ideas – maybe treats for yourself, maybe a gift for a loved one.

My book, Sleep Yoga classes, 9 Week Chakra Coaching Programme and any integrative therapy session (ie, you can choose which you’d like to include – some coaching alongside yoga? Crystals? NLP? EFT? Meditation? Recently, I’ve been working with yoga and crystals at the same time – really interesting, powerful work) are a few potential gift ideas.

Click HERE for more information and ideas and get in touch if you have any questions.

I work with individuals and groups in Essex (Witham, Colchester and Frinton on Sea) and worldwide via Skype/Vsee and telephone.

I look forward to working with you (and your loved ones!) the rest of this year, in 2018 and beyond.

love,

Eve

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Billericay Library book signing on Saturday, 25th November

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Am really pleased to be doing a book signing in the town I did a lot of growing up in. If you’re local enough to Billericay, Essex and would like to join us, please come along.

And if you have any friends, relatives, colleagues etc there who might be interested, I’d really appreciate your letting them know about this.

Hope to see you there!

And you can find out more about this and other upcoming events HERE.

love,

Eve

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Feel Better Every Day on Sea – sessions now available in Frinton

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My main client space remains Witham, with the Feel Better Every Day Consultancy on the high street but, in recent months, I’ve been offering a few sessions a week from Colchester (and am starting teaching a Sleep Yoga class there in January).

As of this week, am delighted to be offering a few sessions a week from Frinton on Sea on Essex’s Sunshine Coast. The Connaught Clinic is just a few moments from the seafront and a short walk from the station.

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 Find out more HERE and, of course, let me know if you have any questions or would like to book an initial session with me.

love,

Eve

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My 5pp healthy heart feature for My Weekly’s Special (published 23/2/17)

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Thanks again to Drs Toni Hazell and Sanjay Gupta and Kathie Bishop, David Stead and Julia Buckley for their advice.

You can click here to read it – MWspecialCirculatorySystem23217

How do you feel about your circulatory system?

How might you take extra good care of it?

What helps you feel like it’s in good shape?

Feel free to share below.

love,

Eve

 

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Happy Frozen Food Day!

#yuptheretrulyisadayforeverything :)

Still, today’s Frozen Food Day might help you improve your self-care by making the most of your freezer.

I’m way more proud than I should be of having gone 31 days (and counting) of not having crisps for dinner. I love making smoothies, vegetable soups and bakes (I’ll never be a salad lover) but used to routinely grab a couple of packets (or 4) of crisps rather than something more grown up.

Freezing portions of home cooked food and even of berries, blended kale (for smoothies) and so on means it’s much easier to eat more healthily each day.

The food we eat has a massive impact on our mood and there’s something nourishing about being able to quickly and simply take better care of ourselves, our families and loved ones and the planet by making healthier choices.

How might you make better use of your freezer to boost your self-care?

What are your favourite foods and sauces to freeze?

Feel free to comment below.

love,

Eve

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Happy Random Acts of Kindness Day!

Happy Random Act of Kindness Day

The world could definitely use more kindness. What might you do tomorrow if you want to accept the challenge of Random Acts of Kindness Day?

Whatever you choose (and it may be that you feel you’re running on empty and the kindness thing you can do for yourself is to opt out for today), notice how it feels to seek opportunities to be kind to yourself and to others.

How does it impact your mood?

How does it affect your feelings about the world at large?

Feel free to post (thoughts and actions) below.

love,

Eve

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You can read my Psychologies feature, ‘A year of self-care’ here (February 2017)

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I loved writing this piece to tie in with my book (out in May) and hope you’ll find it helpful:

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What helps you when you need to boost your own self-care?

Feel free to comment below.

love,

Eve

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Breaking through (published Rapport, December 2016)

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Ever wondered about the difference between breakthrough sessions and regular sessions?

Enormous thanks to Gill Fennings-Monkman MBE, Marilyn Devonish and Joanne Mallon for their input.

You can click RapportDec16Breakthrough to read the whole feature.

What’s been your biggest breakthrough (so far)?

Feel free to share below.

love,

Eve

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