Late in 2020 I found that my energy was dwindling. Slowly but surely I'd started to lose interest in things that normally excited me. My motivation was at an all-time low, as was my mood, and every little thing was annoying the hell out of me. Of course I put it down to menopause and the extremely stressful few years I'd had.
With more available time now that I've outsourced more of my business, I've started thinking about things I've wanted to do for a very long time. But rather than just thinking about them, I went through a process to create a Life List.
After making my Paleo Bread I decided to experiment with some other options. What I discovered is that it's super-easy to make a variety of breads or loaves using the same basic recipe. Here's a banana one that's delicious.
The last few years irritability has been my constant companion, and not such a pleasant one. Being post-menopausal I'd put it down to that, hoping that one day it will disappear. But recently I've discovered it's something else altogether.
As best I can, I avoid gluten, wheat and dairy, although I'm by no means perfect. This bread hits the spot as toast with my peanut butter in the mornings. Come and I'll show you how to make it.
With bullying rife both in schools and workplaces, and in some families, it's time to talk about how you can take your power back. You don't have to put up with being treated badly. You deserve better, of course you do; but more than that, you have choices.
It's been an interesting week without my blog, Facebook page and Instagram account being live. Last week I made the decision to close down these platforms because I was feeling overwhelmed by the pressure to show up.
Back in 1989 when I first asked for professional help to deal with my suppressed grief, I had no idea how significant that decision would be. In fact, I now know that one choice has shaped my entire life for the last three decades.
In this training video I'm sharing the super-quick and easy high-level planning method I use. At this time of year, it's a great way to expand your thinking to the endless possibilities we all have. Simply click the arrow above to download the workbook and watch the video.
You know I have noticed that I don't always talk kindly to myself in my head. Lately, it's definitely improving but my inner dialogue certainly isn't as encouraging as it could be. Many of us are in the same boat.