(6 minute read) The word psychology originates from logos, meaning the study and use of, and psyche ie., “breath, energy, consciousness, soul or spirit” (Edwards, 2008, p. 132). Yet I was taught nothing about the breath on any of my … Continue reading …and breathe…
(6 minute read) Do you have much to laugh about these days? I don’t know if you have heard, but a pandemic has created a global economic and health crisis, and as of writing it has been almost one year … Continue reading PsychLOLogy
(2 minute read) Coaching is great because it can help you become more proactive, hold you accountable for what you want to achieve and ultimately you can accomplish more and hopefully live a more satisfying and meaningful life as a … Continue reading To Do or Ta Da? – that is the question!
(6 minute read) Search no more. I devoured Frankl’s Man’s Search for Meaning in one day. I highly recommend this book to anyone, but especially if you are finding this dystopian existence disheartening. Therein lies a message of hope that … Continue reading Search for Meaning
(6 minute read) Is there really much to be grateful for, right now? I mean, especially with all this Covid craziness curtailing our greatest plans and wildest adventures. But tell me, did you wake up alive today? C O N … Continue reading Cultivating an Attitude of Gratitude
(4 minute read) According to Seligman, how happy we are is somewhat determined by our genes. That is, some of us are simply born happier and more positive than others. This affects our perspective, opportunities and outcomes in life. If … Continue reading How happy are you?
(3 minute read) This is one of many blogs to accompany my journey through an Applied Positive Psychology and Coaching Psychology postgraduate degree in September 2020. I am taking the course because I want to become the best coach possible, … Continue reading Welcome to my blog : )