Whilst I was still preparing my Virtual Assistant business and wondering if I really had the courage to do what I knew I wanted to do, my therapist set me the task of writing about it as if I was already doing it,
I know for some of us it is difficult, and when I was walking alone in the crowd, made up of families and groups of friends, at the lights switching on event, I found myself thinking back to times when I had my family around me and I was
This is as it should be and I don’t take for granted how lucky I am that they are healthy and happy enough to take us for granted. We didn’t have children in the hope of keeping them in primary school forever or permanently squabbling around the kitchen table
Life can be busy, it’s full of work, family commitments, meeting up with friends, appointments so how do you make time for yourself? If you are anything like me and scared of the word no then you can be pulled a million different ways
We live in a culture that celebrates (and demands) an extreme dedication to work - where family time, hobbies, relaxation and even sleep are considered fair sacrifices to ensure we operate effectively in our professional lives.