If you know me, you’ve heard it before - I LOVE forests. I love trees. I love being anywhere where I am surrounded and swallowed up by nature. I love it when all I can see is nature’s beautiful creations. And… wait for it…. I believe that the forest is magic. Yep, you heard it… Continue reading The magical powers of the forest
Your biggest time thief is the stuff you own Time is humanity’s most precious commodity. Everyone has time. We’ve all been gifted the same amount of time. 24 hours in a day, 168 hours in a week, 730 hours in a month… and so on. And yet so many of us constantly complain that we… Continue reading Stuff – your biggest time thief (and how to steal back your time)
In my 20’s I took pride in my multitasking abilities. I think I may have even included it as a 'strength' on my CV! Hell bent on achieving as much as possible every day, this was the only way I could accomplish my epic to-do lists. But it wasn’t until I turned 30, and had… Continue reading The myth of multitasking vs. the art of single tasking
Hi, my name is Emma, and I am a writer. But, this week, I am suffering from a major case of Imposter syndrome (an internal experience of intellectual phoniness). I’ve been telling myself over the past month or so "I’m a writer!". Not that I want to be. I am. After-all, this is what all… Continue reading I am a writer, hear me ROAR!!!
If you are struggling with slowing down there’s something that might be missing from your schedule. It’s called – ‘nothing’. By adding nothing into your day I guarantee you will feel more relaxed, less anxious, and you will be more productive. I am a type A personality, a perfectionist, with an unhealthy habit of making… Continue reading Why you should add ‘nothing’ into your schedule
When someone says “how are you”, what’s your typical response? I’m going to guess it’s usually one of these two… “Good” or “Busy”. I’m also going to guess that when we say ‘good’, we don’t genuinely mean it lots of the time. The word slips out of our mouth, more of a reflex than a… Continue reading Is ‘busy’ the new ‘good’?