Goodbye from The Mindful Journey

Hi everyone, this is just a short post to let you all know that I’m retiring The Mindful Journey. However, this does not mean that I’m retiring my practice – I’m working on a rebrand and refresh with more content, more offers and more tips and information for anyone and everyone who is interested in […]

Letting Go

Have you heard the old saying that people come into your life for a reason, a season or a lifetime?  A friend of mine recently discussed how difficult it can be to let go of friends and it’s been on my mind for a few days. In the past this isn’t something I’ve struggled with.  […]

Well hello there, 2018

I have to admit I’m ridiculously excited about this year.  If you read my previous post, you’ll know that 2017 was a bit of a mixed year for me so I’m overflowing with excitement to get going with 2018. This year will focus more than ever on Mindfulness – I’ll be continuing with my gratitude […]

Goodbye 2017

At the end of each year I normally like to look back and reflect on the year that’s gone by.  This year is no different, but I really must say I won’t be sad when 2017 is over.  Now, to be fair, I haven’t had a terrible year, it’s more been a real mix of […]

The Life of Your Dreams

“The biggest adventure you can take is to live the life of your dreams”  – Oprah Winfrey Have you stepped into that great big adventure?  Are you living the life of your dreams? If not, what’s holding you back? Do you have all these great ideas but there’s that little (or not so little) voice in […]

Ageless… what does it mean to you?

If you ever think about aging and being ‘ageless’ what is the first thing you think of?  If you’re female, and anything like me, your first thoughts would be about wrinkles, keeping in shape, buying the latest ‘miracle’ cream to make you look younger – in fact almost anything to hold back the years! But […]

An Active Mind

Do you often find yourself going to look for something, getting totally side-tracked with something else then completely forgetting what it was you originally wanted to find?  Or you don’t even get side-tracked, you just forget?  This is all normal, but sometimes it gets me thinking about my brain, memory and hoping that it continues […]