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The demands of life are always increasing. Learning how to manage the competing priorities we have such as finances, family time, work commitments and leisure time are a constant juggle. Learning how to balance our priorities will help us to feel more content and peaceful. Here are 3 tips to improve your balance in february.
#1 PLAN YOUR WEEK
If we do not plan our time we quickly get out of balance through tidying the home, watching fun things on social media, letting emails pile up, or getting immersed in work when our loved ones are wanting our attention. One way to avoid feeling guilty about what you are NOT doing is to plan everything you need to do at commit to it 100% at the allocated time. Make sure you plan time for yourself in your priorities.
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#2 EAT HEALTHY NATURAL FOODS
We tend to know what foods are healthy and give us the best nutrition for energy and health yet we tend to get into unhelpful habits of reaching for the same unhealthy food, particularly when we are busy. Why not try a new food item or meal each week or month to expand your taste buds and eat healthy. Your body will thank you for it.
#3 SPEND TIME DOING NOTHING!
Meditation is a wonderful way to DO NOTHING! But even if you do not wish to do anything just schedule time to sit and watch the world go by. Switch off the noise of the TV and telephone and sit in a quiet space inside or outside. Your mind will quickly adjust to a slower pace of life and thank you for it. You will definitely want more!
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Person Centred Counselling is a talking therapy that gives you a safe place to talk. I offer a warm respectful non-judgemental relationship. I will not tell you how to think or what you should do but by listening to you and how you respond we can explore the different ways of looking at your life and together we will work through your issues to make sense of it and find a way forward.
Hello, my name is Katie, and I am a qualified Person-Centred Counsellor/Psychotherapist and am regulated by the ethical code and best practice framework of the B.A.C.P (British Association of Counsellors and Psychotherapists.
I have been working at Mustard Seed for over two years as a therapist and the service coordinator. I work with both adults and children/young people on their journey to improve their wellbeing and to regain control over themselves and their lives. I have experience in a wide range oi fields, including childhood trauma/abuse, anxiety, low mood, confidence, and self-esteem.
I am looking forward to hearing your story and helping you begin your journey to find yourself again!
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