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Grit and the impact of fear

What is GRIT? GRIT, in psychology terms, is a personality trait that can be described as perseverance and passion for long term goals. A “Gritty” person is very motivated to achieving these long term goals and often visualises an end-state that, coupled with powerful... read more

The Art of Self-Care

Self-care the challenge The activation of personal positivity surely has to stem from accessing self time, to take care of your needs. For as you consider yourself correctly, this energises positivity and accesses a deeper sense of happiness and wellbeing to be... read more

Make time for nature

Nature is important I was thinking about what I could write as a blog that was different, for me the idea of nature is important. If I want to de-clutter my head, I just need to drive to the seaside and watch the waves go in and out, the sounds invoke good memories... read more
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