Avoiding overwhelm no matter what’s going on globally (Rapport July 2017)

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When I pitched and wrote this, I had a sneaking suspicion that it might still be topical when it ran. You can read the piece here – Rapport Resourcefulness Global Events 24

Thanks again, Marilyn Devonish, Mandy Muckalt and Linda Aspey.

What helps you when you feel overwhelmed by the news?

Feel free to share below.

love,

Eve

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365 Ways to Feel Better featured in this month’s Top Sante and Spirit & Destiny

365 Ways to Feel Better has been featured in Spirit & Destiny (September 2017) and Top Sante (September 2017) – both out now.

The Spirit & Destiny piece includes some of my favourite yoga poses for sleep.

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The Top Sante piece includes some of my and others’ self-care tips.

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What is your favourite yoga pose for sleep?

love,

Eve

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Book signing and yoga and meditation workshop at the Tree Room, Colchester

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Am delighted to not only be doing a book signing (free) with yoga and meditation workshop (£5) at Colchester’s beautiful Tree Room (click HERE for more information), but to be offering some sessions from Colchester (initially Monday evenings) alongside my Witham practice.

 If you’d like to join us for the book signing, I look forward to seeing you then.

Spaces are limited for the yoga and meditation workshop so please get in touch (click HERE) to check availability and book your space today.

It’s for all levels and beginners are especially welcome.

And if you’d like to find out about booking a session with me, for integrative clinical supervision, counselling, therapeutic coaching, EFT, NLP, yoga, meditation, working with crystals and more, click HERE.

I hope to see you there!

love,

Eve

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On Phoenix FM talking to Karin Ridges about 365 Ways to Feel Better and becoming a vegan

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In spite of efforts to not post TOO many updates about becoming a vegan (and missing Wotsits) on social media, I’ve had a lot of support for my change in lifestyle on facebook etc. When my former BBC Essex Loud Woman and presenter of  Phoenix FM’s House of Fun asked me to talk to her about the early days, I was delighted. HERE‘s our interview in case you’d like to listen.

I really hope that my key message (that everyone knows what’s right for themselves) comes across. This feels good for me but y’all know your bodies best.

Which foods help you feel best?

Feel free to share below.

love,

Eve

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Join us at Witham Library, Essex for a book signing and workshop

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Am really looking forward to this workshop and book signing at my local library on Saturday, 9th September at 2pm.

Click HERE for more information about this event and HERE for more information about other events.

As well as meeting readers, I’ll be sharing some of the self-care tools for your mind, body, heart and soul from my book.

Hope you can join us!

love,

Eve

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In Prima, talking about how friends can help us stay motivated (July 2017)

Thanks, Charlotte Haigh, for including 365 Ways to Feel Better (White Owl, 2017) and some of my tips in this Prima feature
Thanks, Charlotte Haigh, for including 365 Ways to Feel Better (White Owl, 2017) and some of my tips in this Prima feature

You can read the whole piece HERE.

Have you ever worked with a friend to keep each other accountable and motivated?

What was most helpful?

How did you reward yourselves?

Feel free to comment below.

love,

Eve

 

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How can you dig deeper today?

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The more grounded we are, the higher we can reach. If you’re feeling stuck, in any area of your life or work, rather than trying to rush through the feelings, what might happen if you allow yourself to really pay attention to what’s going on for you?

I love when things make sense in hindsight (Oh, THAT was what my body was trying to tell me when I was in pain with that…) but find the deciphering phase more frustrating. Even so, with practice, I think I’ve become a bit better at it. Even if it simply means trusting the process more. Allowing the ickiness before we can see beyond our feet and instead glimpse the sun through the trees above us.

The more we bend our knees, the closer we get to the ground, the higher we can jump.

What helps you feel most grounded?

What do you resist the most when you know getting grounded would really help you?

Right now, I’ve been resisting cleaning my bathroom – something I do automatically each week but which this week feels like something I don’t want to do. Typing this and recognising that cleaning  – like cooking, gardening, getting organised, going for a walk and so many other everyday things – is grounding means I’ll do it now… That feels much better.

Some people talk about needing to wash up before they can get down to writing. Rather than beating yourself up for procrastinating, recognising it as part of your process means you can enjoy it (as much as anyone can enjoy cleaning etc).

For some, it’s scrubbing potatoes. Others, organising closets. Digging… Any kind of exercise or movement.

Maybe it’s a more metaphorical digging you need and some time journaling can help you.

What helps you ground. What do you notice afterwards? 

Next time you’re reaching high for something, when it feels like maybe you can’t quite reach, before grabbing a metaphorical ladder to climb even higher, come back to the earth. See what more you can accomplish from a more solid, strong and grounded foundation.

Feel free to comment below.

love,

Eve

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Local paper coverage of Cabello book signing (5/7/17)

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You can read the full report HERE.

I’ve requested a few corrections which haven’t been made yet but, for clarity, my last name is Menezes Cunningham, not Cunningham, I’ve been a freelance journalist since 2004 but am not a ‘trained’ journalist. Also, I worked IN publishing many, many moons ago as a senior editor, not a publisher. White Owl, Pen & Sword’s new health and wellbeing imprint (I was the first author they commissioned on it) are my publisher.

love,

Eve

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