The Golden Hour Project – Online Workshop

How would it feel if you spent just over 5% of your day creating habits and rituals that lead to...

increased confidence, deeper intimate connection and more creativity in your everyday life?

HERE’S HOW I KNOW IT WOULD FEEL PRETTY DARN GOOD:

If you are a busy, driven woman, chances are you still want to feel like a Queen once in a while. 

and if you are busy, driven and creative, you’ve probably got a tonne of ideas and dreams in the pipeline – always! 

What if this 5% per day was a way to feel as relaxed yet powerful, decisive yet free? 

The Golden Hour could be your special sauce. That splash of colour that changes everything. 

In this workshop I share with you:

× WHY this beautiful practice is a sacred part of my daily life – including impact this practice has had on my intimate relationship, how it has become a key driver in reducing anxiety levels, how it has increased productivity and decision making, how it has promoted the best sleep…just to name a few. 

× Once we’re clear on the WHY, I’ll teach you the exact step-by-step method for creating your unique Golden Hour, including some special ways you can help it to stick. 

× Why I believe this practice is essential to helping you feeling excited and inspired to start your day then nourished and relaxed before you sleep. Get ready to clear away those feelings of overwhelm, nervousness or anxiety so many of us feel when we start our days.

Please join me in discovering how the Golden Hour can amplify your life.

Go grab yourself a cup of tea, pop your feet up and grab your journal!

And while you're watching, I'd love to know if you have any Golden Hour rituals in your life?

SOME FINAL THOUGHTS:

In creating the Golden Hour Project, I had you in mind. I decided to call it a “project” because it lends itself to something that can evolve, allows for experimentation and creativity. I also see this exercise become more than something we implement on our own.

I see this “project” evolving into community of women who together are taking a stand for their health and wellbeing based on small yet significant actions.

Supporting each other, sharing stories, ideas and tips on how they’ve used their creativity to carve out (even just a little) time for themselves in order to thrive. I’m not sure the form this will take, but if you’ve already started to explore this concept then lets get the ball rolling by sharing any thoughts in the comments below.

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Why these 10 things created an unforgettable year

The New Year is a beautiful thing.

Our conversations are ablaze with ideas on improving/upgrading/changing/developing/forming/shifting…

Gears…Speed…Habits…Goals….Body…Diet…Health…Relationship…Career…Home…Country

This is my year we say.

I’m ready, I’ve got this…

The natural tendency of the creative and intelligent women (that is you by the way), is to look forward, evolve, grow, be better year after year.

Our “stop doing list” is an essential element of this process (you can learn what this is here).

But what if we chose easy? the simple route?

Easy feels good doesn’t it?

Easy is actually OK believe it or not.

One easy option, take stock of what worked, what brought you joy – and do more of that.

Ask yourself – when did I choose powerfully? when did I say “hell yes” to that thing…and it paid off (or is expected to very soon…).

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Don’t set your goals until you answer this question

As the New Year dawns, talk of kick ass goals fill our conversations with friends and family.

It occurred to me recently, that there is one (or may be two) steps before we get to the actual goal setting part.

I’m sure you’ve heard it before – the ol’ chicken before the egg.

Perhaps you have an idea of what you want to achieve already – perfect! But let’s keep these as ideas, dreams and visions for now.

Don’t stop partaking in the flow of idea generation, it’s a beautiful place to be.

…Alas, I digress, before you go anywhere near a pen and paper and start cementing your goals, I want you to ask yourself one very important question:

Who am I going to need to be in order to go after my 2018 goals?

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Two important thoughts on doing work that matters

This time of year typically brings up a lot of reflection for me.

You too lovely?

In between the last minute rush, deadlines, drinks and end-of-year lunches we might find ourselves asking some big questions. Like…

“what am I going to do in 2018 to make an impact?” 

Deep question yes, somewhat scary yes.

It is important we zoom the lens out now and again. See our lives within the context of the bigger picture – your community, your work, your relationships…

Doing work that matters doesn’t mean you have to go crazy, it can begin with one simple thing…

Generosity.

 

This time of year is primed with opportunities to lead with generosity. And they don’t need to be monetary at all. Time, love, attention are all incredibly generous acts.

But beyond the holiday season I want you to consider this:

Could we see radical changes in the world if we all stood outside our comfort zones, to serve the needs of others in innovative ways?

…to spend our time on this planet doing work that matters.

In this week’s video, I wanted to share my thoughts on this very BIG concept…

and because this is a BIG concept…

you might be thinking “where do I start?”

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Does making a decision stress you out? Break through overwhelm in these five simple steps

What I am about to say might offend some people. 

Today was one of those days that could have been really overwhelming. A few things didn’t go to plan and something I had in the works didn’t go ahead. This could have left me stressed out and feeling sorry for myself and as a consequence indulging in waaaay too much raw chocolate in order to feel better.

Then I remembered something coach Brooke Castillo said in a podcast. 

“Overwhelm is never caused by what is going on in your life or having too many options” 

“Overwhelm is not happening to you, it’s something YOU create”

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