Time to get Selfish

Selfish is such a funny word isn't it? But when you take time out to nourish and replenish yourself (being selfish) then it actually benefits everyone around you. It changes the way you interact with people, you have more patience and you treat yourself with more respect and kindness. Well, at least I do.

Susana Frioni has designed this program where you get selfish for 27 days. I love it. I've signed up and its only £95 (GBP) and you get so much for it.

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SELFISH FOR 27 DAYS is for any woman who is:

  • Living on the edge of exhaustion + overwhelm and knows that burnout is just around the corner.
  • Having an existential crisis and feels like her world is falling apart…because it probably is.
  • Living in denial about their career/relationships/health and pretending everything is okay when deep down she knows something’s gotta change.
  • Frustrated that nothing seems to be going to plan no matter how much she controls everything.
  • This close to giving it all up (the business, the job, the project, the relationship, the dream) because fatigue and frustration have taken over + she’s questioning if it’s really worth it any more.
  • Paralysed with indecision because she’s afraid of making the wrong decision.
  • Drenched in guilt whenever she tries to do something just for herself.
  • Seeking accountability + support while she creates some positive + healthy habits.
  • Craving to connect with women who want to live a kick-ass life + are willing to take responsibility for it.
  • If this is you, head to Click here to view more details . Registration NOW OPEN.

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Tools to get your mojo back



I've been reading a great book called 'Seeds of Change - Triage for the Soul' which couldn't have come at a better time. I admit that I've had probably the hardest two years of my life and at times I've lost my passion for life, I've felt pushed to my limits, I've seen an anger inside that I'm shocked is there and I've worked on functioning despite having no sleep and looking after a baby. I'm not saying its all been bad, not at all, but there have been some very dark periods.  In amongst all of this I've noticed that I lost my mojo at several stages and that all the things I felt inspired by didn't work anymore. Uh oh.

This is the book I wish I'd had by my side for those moments, its practical, its helpful and I'm glad to have discovered it. I'm in a happy place again but I have still found it useful, some of the tools I've used before and its nice to be reminded of them. They really do work so give them a go.

Its available on Amazon now. To find out more about Eva Suzannah who wrote the book go to her website

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