If you are not someone who has ever enjoyed exercise, I completely understand that you may wonder how this could possibly improve your happiness, but research has proven that individuals who work out once a week or for as little as 10 minutes a day tend to be happier and more cheerful than those who don’t exercise. It’s science!
Are you Jeopardizing your own success in life? Most of the time we are self sabotaging without even knowing it. To achieve success we must first ensure we are not creating the road blocks preventing us from achieving our goals. Here are a few common mistakes we make that jeopardize our dreams.
This was my first ever published post back in 2016 and reading it back has made me quite emotional. In the past year I have made some life changing decisions to take back control of my life and start persuing a career in helping others achieve happiness like mine in their own lives. (More on... Continue Reading →
Dear RQ, Do long-distance relationships work? Is there anything you would suggest to help make it work? Thanks J Dear J, Thanks for your question and happy to help! I have always been very pessimistic about long distance relationships and I think it is due to my 16-year-old self being left heartbroken by my boyfriend... Continue Reading →
Dear Relatable Queen, I have been with my boyfriend now for nearly 7 years. We have two beautiful children and own a house together, but he still hasn’t popped the question. We have spoken about it in the past so he knows I want to get married, however there have been no signs of it... Continue Reading →
The most stressed I ever felt as a mum was in the morning before a day at work. The first couple of back were a shit storm to be honest. Everything was a rush, I was late at least half the time and I was returning to house of horrors in the evening. So, I took a deep breath, read some blogs on being an organised mummy and decided to get my shit together. Below is a breakdown of my typical morning routine to get us all up and out the house on a working day.
The statistics show that in our current age, most women return to work after having a baby and regardless of whether it be after 3 months or 4 years it is inevitably met with apprehension, guilt, fear and stress! Unfortunately for us working mums, returning to work has become so ‘normal’, that the enormity of the whole process has slowly been lost on everyone and we are expected to simply ‘get on with it’ without any support or understanding.
It is also important to remember that what is ‘ordinary’ for us (warm bed, hot showers, plenty of food) is also a luxury for many and should never be dismissed.
Are you considering having your very own Friend with Benefits (FWB)? Planning on entering into a ‘no strings casual sex’ type arrangement with the fit PT from your gym? Before you do, take a minute to consider two things. Firstly, are you the type of person who can successfully navigate this potentially tricky relationship? Secondly, do you know what needs to be done to ensure it goes smoothly, without anyone getting hurt?