What are you focussing on?

Whatever we focus on we empower. The way we think and speak about ourselves determines who we become. If you repeatedly remind yourself of your mistakes and failures you will begin to see yourself as a failure and start to live and act accordingly. If, instead, you choose to recognise and be thankful for all …

What are you worth?

I heard an illustration about our value some years ago which stayed with me (I can’t remember who gave the illustration, possibly Joyce Meyer?) Here is my version of it: Imagine the highest value note in your currency (£50, $100, 500 euros?) For this illustration let’s go with 500 euros as I think this is …

Who am I?

In a world seemingly governed by media and political correctness, where we are told how we should behave, look, speak and think and where we are expected to conform to others expectations from an early age, we can begin to forget who we really are. Do you know you are unique? No one else has …

Which mirror?

How do you view yourself? Sometimes I think we see ourselves as if we are looking in those distorted mirrors found at some fairgrounds which make us look fat, skinny, crooked etc. The fairground mirrors are amusing because we know they’re not showing the real us. Often, though, we don’t even realise that the way …

Wrong car!

Let me own up to this morning’s amusing incident. Early this morning my husband started to de-ice the car ready to leave. My daughter and I joined him scraping off ice and then trying to warm the lock because the key wouldn’t work and we thought the lock must be frozen. It was only when …

Looking back or moving on?

I came across this quote from lessonsforlife.com: “The past is like using your rear-view mirror in the car, it’s good to see how far you’ve come, but if you stare too long you’ll miss what’s right in front of you.” I’m sure that all of us have happy memories we love to recall. I recognise …