Why Black Friday won’t make you happy

Why Black Friday won’t make you happy

Wow, there is a lot of excitement in the air today on this, Black Friday, but here is why Black Friday won’t make you happy.

A plethora of good and services

Do you like choice? Or does it confuse and overwhelm you? I know for many of my clients they suffer from overwhelm and feel desperate to declutter and simplify their lives and minds.

When you are surrounded by stuff it will add to feelings of stress and confusion. It also affects the flow of energy in your home which is what Feng Shui is all about. And have you every noticed how well your personal energy flows when your home is clean and tidy? Some decluttering experts such as Mary Kondo will advise you to only have things in your home that you really love and bring you pleasure. This is a lovely concept as it means whatever you use or look at in your home will bring you joy. Bringing joy into your life is a big part of my work with helping clients overcome depression.

So this Black Friday there might be some offers for things you have been thinking of buying for a while, or want to buy as a gift for Christmas like:

But can I suggest that you don’t get sucked into buying things that have no use or you have never considered yourself needing before, as these are likely to be the things that bring short term happiness (if any at all).

Reward centres

Shopping in a pastime enjoyed by many (or even most people). We ‘treat’ ourselves to pretty things, tasty things and things that excite or interest us. Things that we can wear to make us ‘feel good’. Things to make our home ‘look good’ and gadgets to make life ‘easier’.

For some, shopping feels like love.

This is because shopping briefly lights up the ‘reward centre’ of your brain. In simple terms, your brain is designed to seek pleasure or avoid pain.

To satisfy your brains need for pleasure, it works in a cycle of desire, action and satisfaction. An example of this could be wanting positive feedback from someone, doing something for them and getting the feedback which makes you feel good. When you feel good from the feedback your brain lights up its pleasure circuit and this makes you want to do it again. This is called positive reinforcement. Think children and animals here. When you positively reinforce good behaviour they are more likely to do it again.

Shopping lights up most people’s pleasure circuit. But is it enough to make you happy at a deeper level? Or is this happiness short lived? Let’s explore that.

Short term feelings of happiness

Abraham  Maslow was an American psychologist who created the pyramid below now known as Maslow’s hierarchy of needs.Maslow's hierarchy of needs

The pyramid reflects that as complex beings, we need more than just the basics. Yes we need shelter and food. But then we move into the more emotional levels of love, self esteem and our own personal potential and fulfilment.

I see a lot of clients who need help with life direction. Often in their forties or fifties, they’ve worked, raised families, had relationships or marriages and on paper have what look to be successful and fortunate lives. But they are not happy. They don’t know who they are anymore and what the rest of their life will be like. They feel empty, lost and confused. This is to do with not operating in the top of Maslow’s triangle and don’t worry, after 4 sessions and a deep dive into themselves, they are right as rain.

So you see, shopping doesn’t really touch many of the levels of Maslow’s triangle which is why yes it may feels great in the short term, but because it hasn’t fulfilled you on an emotional level, you feel may feel empty and sad still, despite some wonderful Black Friday deals.

 

Feelings of emptiness

I would suggest that Cyber Monday was created to address the lull and emptiness that Black Friday might create. All that excitement on Black Friday, hunting deals, comparing features, accessing which colour will work best and then it stops. Oh no, all the website timers are at 0 and there are no more deals. But wait! You can do it all again on Cyber Monday and feed your reward centre once more. Hoorah. And then Tuesday comes 🙁

To address feelings of emptiness many people self-medicate with food, cigarettes, sex, alcohol, drugs or other things. Like shopping, these things do not address your emotional needs for satisfaction. You need to go inside and understand what makes you tick, what fulfils and motivates you. When you know these things, you can live a life that has these things in and lights up your pleasure centres. My work with clients is all about this which I call ‘finding your joy’. I know it can seem hard when it’s not happening but it is possible, I promise.

 

My Black Friday offer

The intention of this post was to show you that ‘stuff’ might not be the answer to your happiness. But can the same be said for experiences? In 2015, I had a whole year of not buying any stuff and spent by money on experiences instead. Wow that was a great year. And I have the photos to prove it lol.

Because I am a Hypnotherapist (I’ve started to say with knobs on because what I do is use a number of techniques to get best outcomes for my clients) what I offer you is life changing. A deep dive into self to overcome issues that hold you back and create the motivation, confidence and direction for your wonderful future.

So this Black Friday I invite you to pick up the phone, call me 07530 890089 and have your free 20 minute consultation. If you decide to book in for some sessions, you might not even notice next Black Friday as you may just be living your dream.

Sending you happy vibes.

Honey

Healthy eating – Day 18 – What food does Rebecca Boulton eat? Find out here…..

Rebecca Boulton is a Nutritional Therapist from Yorkshire and runs Simple & Clean nutrition. She provides Nutritional Coaching for busy women struggling with hormonal imbalances who want to transform their bodies, health and lives with simple diet changes. So what food does Rebecca eat? Here she tells us.

The Day In a Life of a Nutritional Therapist 

My day always starts with a large glass of tepid water with a squeeze of fresh lemon and apple cider vinegar to help kickstart my digestion and support the liver. The best way to have this is on an empty stomach. I make sure I stay hydrated throughout the rest of the day with plenty of water, green and peppermint tea. I love coffee and for me it’s the hardest thing to give up, but I am quite sensitive it and it sends me cortisol levels up so I only have 1 (2 max) cups a day. I have good quality fresh coffee with coconut oil to help calm the nervous system and for some healthy fats.

I get up before the kids so I can get some exercise in and also do some meditation and journaling while I have some peace. I meet a friend at 6am twice a week for a HiiT workout and then a couple of days I do kettlebells in my garage. I’m a bit lazy so I like the quick workouts which give maximum results and those work best for me. Other days I’ll just have a bit of a stretch to wake myself up! I’m not naturally a morning person but I find this helps me start the day calm and energised instead of rushing around stressed out trying to fit everything in like I used to!

green smoothie

Breakfast is usually a green smoothie (with extra protein powder like Sunwarrior or Purition for workout days to help with recovery) made with spinach or kale, some berries or half a banana, almond milk and some flaxseeds and chia seeds. Often I add in some cacoa powder for magnesium or spirulina if I need an iron boost. So, I don’t wake the kids, I make it up the night before and store in the fridge as my nutribullet is pretty noisy and I don’t want to disturb them (or my peaceful morning!).

homemade muesli

I’ll follow the smoothie with either some scrambled eggs with avocado and spinach or homemade muesli with yoghurt and berries. For me, breakfast is the biggest meal of the day as that is when I am most hungry!

I understand the importance of mindful eating

Once I’ve got the kids to school, I spend the rest of the morning at my desk until lunchtime. I usually break about midday and have a walk around, stretch off and some lunch. Long gone are the days of scoffing a sandwich at my desk without even noticing what I’m eating, while still working!

Nowadays I understand the importance of mindful eating and ensuring I focus on what I’m eating and when I’m full up. One of the things I’ve found with my clients is that they are no longer able to recognise the signs and just eat until they have emptied their plate. Stepping away from your desk and taking time to breathe and relax is also important for you mentally and emotionally in helping to reduce overwhelm and stress.

Rebecca's lunch

Lunch is an omelette (if I haven’t had eggs for breakfast!), a salad with chicken, salmon or prawns or some quinoa with roasted vegetables. I plan all my meals in advance and pre-prepare as much as I can which always helps me make better choices. I take a couple of hours at a weekend or after school to prep veg, chicken, fish, make a healthy cake or muffins and protein balls to keep in the fridge. It saves time, money and stress!

After I’ve picked the kids up, we always have an after school snack (usually oatcakes and hummus, fruit with some nuts or a Nak’d bar if we’re in a hurry). We often go a long time between lunch and dinner and it’s important to make sure your blood sugars don’t crash as this can make you tired, irritable and find it difficult to concentrate. As I don’t normally eat until 8pm I need something to keep me going or I am grumpy mum and just want a snooze on the sofa.

Dinner time

salmon and vegetables

 

Dinner is usually fish or chicken with roasted vegetables, a stir fry or a curry. We’re big fans of the quick and easy option. I also love my slow cooker and use to make big batches of chilli, stews and roasting joints of meat.

For me, it’s all about keeping it as simple as possible, being prepared so I get everything my body needs without it taking over my life, and allowing room for the odd chocolate, glass of wine or meal out!

You can find Rebecca on facebook

 

A note from Honey

Thank you Rebecca for sharing your food day with us and that steady energy sounds great!

What’s in this blog for you:

  • 30 days of blogs from a variety of people including experts to give you top tips and inspiration for healthy eating
  • You can get this blog sent to you every day if you sign up here for my newsletter and you will also get a free relaxing recording

See you tomorrow

Healthy hug 🙂

Honey

 

 

Healthy eating – Day 4 -Guest blogger Claire Hunt from Worthing

Healthy eating – Day 4 -Guest blogger Claire Hunt from Worthing

Our third guest blogger is Claire Hunt from Worthing. Claire is at Breathing Spaces Garden Therapy which is a Community Interest Company in Worthing. Here Claire shares healthy eating that works for her.

Healthy Eating – 10 Things That Work for Me by Claire Hunt

 

1. Start the day with a home-made probiotic smoothie

kefir

Pictured – kefir

My digestion and health has improved massively since I started eating milk kefir for breakfast. It’s quick and easy to make your own from a starter culture of probiotic bacteria and yeast. Just add whole milk, leave for 24 hours, strain and top up again with fresh milk. I add seasonal or frozen fruit, green leaves, ground seeds like hemp, linseed or chia, bee pollen, coconut oil and almond butter. A great start to the day for your gut. I have been known to take it with me when I am away, but you can rest it in the fridge for a couple of weeks. You pass on some kefir grains to other people as they multiply. (People with a lactose intolerance would need to take advice.)

2. Reduce sugar intake

plate of fruit

Pictured – plate of fruit

I had to do this because of recurrent candida but it is increasingly accepted that sugar is bad for your health, addictive and makes us put on weight. It’s added to so many foodstuffs, even savoury ones. Refined sugar is worse, but all sugar, even naturally occurring ones, have the same effect on your brain and body, so go easy on all forms. I eat mainly low-sugar fruits, like berries and apples, and over time your sweet tooth loosens its grip. I occasionally relax the rule for something special or an occasion but I don’t enjoy really sweet things now.

3. Take a break from wheat and gluten

homemade bread

Pictured – My ‘superfood bread’

The debate about gluten intolerance rumbles on, but I found that when I stopped eating wheat and gluten grains I felt better, my digestion improved, I had more energy, and I stopped having arthritis-like pain in my hands. I love bread, pizza and pasta, so it has been hard. I sometimes eat home-baked spelt bread and quality sourdough but mainly make a substitute ‘Superfood Bread’ from ground almonds, brown rice flour and seeds (‘Deliciously Ella’). Brown rice pasta is not too bad, but on the whole I prefer to eat something else rather than feel disappointed. Beware gluten-free ready-made products, they can contain a lot of sugar, and starch that quickly turns to sugar. For reference, read ‘Wheat Belly’ and ‘Gut’.

4. Do more cooking

Tray baked cod with breadPizzas going into a cob oven

Pictured – tray baked code with vegetables and  pizzas going into a cob oven

If you want to avoid sugar, wheat and gluten it becomes inevitable that you have to do more cooking and baking so you can control what you eat. You have to find ingredients and some recipes that you love, get into a mindset that enjoys and makes time for cooking as a priority, rather than feel it is a chore. There are some great books available – Deliciously Ella, Eat Nourish Glow, Medicinal Chef. By Ella Woodward, Dale Pinnock and Amelia Freer

5. Find some go-to treats

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Pictured – energy balls

You need some things up your sleeve for when you need a treat. Mine are home-made muffins (Wheat Belly), fruity flapjack (Medicinal Cook)., raw cacao energy bombs and homemade almond butter (Deliciously Ella).

6. Grow and eat a rainbow

homegrown produceapple tree

Pictured – homegrown vegetables and apples

I am not vegetarian but I eat a lot of veg, when it is in its season, and trying to get as much of the rainbow into each meal as possible to cover all the different nutrients that those colours represent. I use a local veg box scheme and I try to grow some of my own. Growing, cooking and eating well go satisfyingly together and each complements the other. Mental Health Awareness Week, Offington Park Church, has a Gardening and Health theme on Monday 10th October and a Food and Mood theme on Wednesday 12th October.

7. Embrace different grains

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Pictured – quinoa

Quinoa is tasty once you learn to cook and flavour it well and it is full of protein not gluten. Use cold water, twice as much water as grain, and cook until all the water has gone (about 10 mins). I mix in tahini, lemon and olive oil when it has cooled and you can add herbs, spices etc to taste. I make a batch that will last three days so it is ready cooked when I need it. Buckwheat flour makes great pancakes, and you can toast the grains and then cook like rice.

8. Eat more mindfully

Instead of eating on the move, watching TV, reading a book or chatting, try eating at least one meal a day when you are fully present and doing nothing else than experiencing eating. Really notice what is happening, the smell, taste, texture. Also notice what effect different foods might have on your body and mood. Read ‘The De-Stress Effect’, Charlotte Watts.

9. Explore fermented food

making sauerkraut

Pictured – Making sauerkraut

Kefir and sourdough are fermented food but there are lots of others to try and the health benefits are well documented. I am currently making and drinking beetroot kvass by fermenting beetroots in salt water for 6 days. I have started brewing kombucha, a delicious fizzy drink made from tea. Sauerkraut and kimchi are easy to make, probiotic and tasty alternatives to pickles and chutney. Apple cider vinegar is a great way to use windfall apples and retains the goodness of the fermentation process, the ‘mother’.

10. Enjoy food

I mostly don’t feel it’s a sacrifice or that I am denying myself to avoid food that isn’t good for me. I enjoy food and drink made from good quality ingredients with time, care and passion. For more ideas about gardening therapy, food and wellness, come and see Breathing Spaces We Are Food Pioneers and other foodies and growers at Green Dreams, October 2nd, Field Place.

A note from Honey….

Thank you Claire for those fantastic ideas and pictures.

What this blog is:
  • This is a 30 day blog about health eating where different people will share their thoughts and experience
  • This is a non-judgmental place of inspiration
  • This is a place to learn, pick up tips and think about your own eating
What this blog isn’t:
  • This isn’t a weight loss plan. Although losing weight is often a by-product of eating a healthier diet! I do help people lose weight with Hypnotherapy but that is not the purpose of this blog.
  • It isn’t a place to feel regret about the situation of your health right now. Today is a chance to make changes!

 

Do you know what you are eating?

Yesterday’s product was caramel  digestives.

Can you guess today’s product from it’s ingredients?

secret ingredients

Let us know in the blog or facebook comments! I will let you know the answer here tomorrow.

Here’s the plan:

  • Read the blog each day. Get involved. comment, share your thoughts and wisdom
  • If you want to be accountable and use this as an opportunity to improve your diet and see how much better you can feel in just 30 days then go for it
  • Find me on Facebook, my website, on twitter
  • Sign up to my newsletter at the bottom of this blog for a free relaxing download and  special offers

See you tomorrow.

Healthy hug 🙂

Honey

Healthy eating – Day 3 – Guest blogger Jacqueline Barleycorn

Our second guest blogger is Jacqueline Barleycorn from The Sweet Lemon in Goring. Jacqui runs plant based cookery demonstrations at her home. Here Jacqui tells us about a typical day in her life. 

 

I start the day with oil pulling

My day tends to start about 7am. I love to wake up naturally and the first thing I do is oil pulling. I swish a spoonful of coconut oil around in my mouth for about 15 minutes before spitting it out. It’s reputed to have great health benefits. I then drink a pint of warm water.
A few times a week I dry brush before having my shower. It’s a great way to help circulation & lymphatic drainage. After I’ve showered, I do some gentle yoga. I find it helps to stretch out my muscles. I love doing it outside on the patio weather depending & usually end up with one of my dogs keeping me company.

I cook and create

Mornings are usually spent cooking. 2 years ago I started my blog after having changed to a plant based diet I felt I wanted to share my recipes. I try to make our evening meal in the morning as I find it helps to be organised and plan ahead if you’re trying to eat healthily. I also spend a lot of time trying out new recipes which have usually popped into my head during the night. 
I prefer to not have a big breakfast as I find it slows me down. I love having smoothies. My current favourite one is mango, berries and coconut water. They are just so crazily easy and quick to make. I always try to keep some frozen fruit in so I can always make a smoothie. 

I fill up on healthy vegetarian food

Lunch is usually something like soup and salad or flatbreads with avocado and humous. 
Afternoons are often spent walking my dogs and going for a bike ride. We are so lucky that we can cycle from our house along the seafront into town. I love living by the sea, so much that I miss it if I’m away from the coast. 
I usually end at my evening meal about 6 or 7. It’s usually something like a lovely cauliflower, chickpea and spinach curry or a sweet potato cottage pie with some lovely green veggies. 
During the day I drink warm water and coconut water.

Healthier cakes

 

plant based food

 

If I have a sweet treat it’s one of my raw cakes that I make which have no refined sugar in them. One of my families favourites is my raw millionaires shortbread which is made from nuts, coconut oil and raw chocolate. 
I find I feel so much better when I eat well. I try not to eat wheat, dairy and refined sugar. I find that what I eat affects me not only physically but mentally and emotionally. My blog is full of easy, fun recipes www.thesweetlemon.co.uk

A note from Honey….

Thanks Jacqui for your blog and sharing a day in your life with us.

What this blog is:

  • This is a 30 day blog about health eating where different people will share their thoughts and experience
  • This is a non-judgmental place of inspiration
  • This is a place to learn, pick up tips and think about your own eating

What this blog isn’t:

  • This isn’t a weight loss plan. Although losing weight is often a by-product of eating a healthier diet! I do help people lose weight with Hypnotherapy but that is not the purpose of this blog.
  • It isn’t a place to feel regret about the situation of your health right now. Today is a chance to make changes!

Do you know what you are eating?

Yesterday’s product was BBQ sauce.

Can you guess today’s product from it’s ingredients?

ingredients

 

Let us know in the blog or facebook comments! I will let you know the answer here tomorrow.

Here’s the plan:

  • Read the blog each day. Get involved. comment, share your thoughts and wisdom
  • If you want to be accountable and use this as an opportunity to improve your diet and see how much better you can feel in just 30 days then go for it
  • Find me on Facebook, my website, on twitter
  • Sign up to my newsletter at the bottom of this blog for a free relaxing download and  special offers

See you tomorrow.

Healthy hug 🙂

Honey

Healthy eating – day 1. Five reasons to eat a healthy diet

Healthy eating – day 1. Five reasons to eat a healthy diet

junk food versus healthy food

Are you looking for change?

Welcome to day 1 of my healthy eating blog. Over the next 29 days we will explore healthy eating and hear from lots of guest bloggers who will share their experiences and knowledge.

You might already be a healthy eater and be looking for new ideas and inspiration or you might want to improve your diet for a variety of reasons. Either way this is a good place to be. A non judgemental place with the intention of inspiring and sharing.

‘What the mind can conceive and believe, the mind can achieve’

What your mind can conceive and believe your mind can achieve

It might be that you use the next 30 days to make changes to your diet. I will be doing the same. I have qualifications in nutrition so I understand the impact of a healthy diet, but the theory and the practical are different things! The first place I will start is with my mindset. As a Hypnotherapist I believe that ‘what the mind can conceive and believe, the mind can achieve’. What this means to me is you’ve got to want to do it, believe you can do and set your mind to it!

What makes us want to do something? Motivation is a broad and complex subject! But if you can get motivated you can be unstoppable. Motivation comes from your ‘why’. So think of a time when you were really truly motivated. Maybe you did something sporty, or saved up for something, or studied for something or drove 100 miles to get that Christmas present that was out of stock that you knew your kid would love! When you have really committed yourself to something you would have been motivated to do it and your motivation comes from the ‘why’ behind it.

Five reasons to east more healthily

Your ‘why’ might not be obvious and can be interesting to explore. But for now let’s look at 5 reasons to eat healthy and maybe one of these will resonate with you.

1 – More energy

Think of a lightbulb that is running out and flickering. It can barely muster a steady glow. That’s what it can feel like to have low energy. It’s not a nice feeling. With low energy running the home and doing our jobs become much harder, not to mention having the will to exercise. Although we have physical, mental and spiritual energy, the physical is very important for us to function! The more energy you have, the more you can enjoy life to the full.

2 – Better sleep

If you are pumping your body full of unhealthy ingredients and sugar this may affect your sleep. I don’t know how well you sleep but I know for sure when people go sugar free, they all tell me that their sleep improves. When  you eat healthy food, your energy is more stable throughout the day. So when it comes to sleep time you are ready.

3 – Savour the flavor

your have 2000-5000 tastebuds

When you are not eating randomly you might find that you are more appreciative of what you eat. You might eat a wider range of foods and as a result enjoy the tastes and flavours more. Taste is a major pleasure sensor and if you eat less sugar you will find that the sweetness that mother nature has put in  fruit is actually enough. If you are eating lots of chocolate, biscuits and sweets and you reduce this, you might yourself enjoying other forms of sweetness like dates and other dried fruit. You have between 2000 and 5000 tastebuds just on the front and back of your tongue. Bring those tastebuds to life! This leads to feeling more satisfied and satisfaction can make a lot of difference to your quality of life.

4 – Lose weight

fat inside the body

A by product of eating more healthily might be losing weight. This might be your big ‘why’. You might have higher self-esteem as a slimmer you. Or want to be able to wear different clothes. You might feel more attractive or be more agile when exercising. Being overweight is considered a health risk. Fat in the viscal area (round your stomach) in particular is a risk as it squashes your organs and puts them under pressure. Your risk of diabetes and heart disease are higher if you are overweight.

5 – Treat yourself

We often use the word ‘treat’ when we are having unhealthy food. Maybe a chocolate bar or a takeaway. We do it with kids too. We use sweets as treats and bribes! But really these aren’t the treats our bodies want! Your body wants nutrients, good fats, fibre so it can it can do its best work for you. Your body thinks a treat is something different. The good news is that you can have more as most healthy treats as on the whole, they are less calorie dense.

So maybe one of those five things will be your reason ‘why’. Or maybe you have a ‘why’ of your own. I would love to hear it in the comments of this blog.

What this blog is:

This is a 30 day blog about health eating where different people will share their thoughts and experience

This is a non-judgmental place of inspiration

This is a place to learn, pick up tips and think about your own eating

What this blog isn’t:

This isn’t a weight loss plan. Although losing weight is often a by-product of eating a healthier diet! I do help people lose weight with Hypnotherapy but that is not the purpose of this blog.

It isn’t a place to feel regret about the situation of your health right now. Today is a chance to make changes!

Do you know what you are eating?

Can you guess this product from it’s ingredients?

91% some sort of vegetable, sugar, rapeseed oil, modified maize starch, dried skimmed milk, 0.1% double cream, paprika, acidity regulator, citric acid, rice flour, sunflower oil, basil extract, clove extract, capsicum extract, cinnamon extract, flavouring, garlic oil.

What do you think it is? Let us know in the blog or facebook comments! I will let you know the answer here tomorrow.

Here’s the plan:

  • Read the blog each day. Get involved. comment, share your thoughts and wisdom
  • If you want to be accountable and use this as an opportunity to improve your diet and see how much better you can feel in just 30 days then go for it
  • Find me on Facebook, my website, on twitter
  • Sign up to my newsletter at the bottom of this blog for a free relaxing download and  special offers

 

See you tomorrow.

Healthy hug 🙂

Honey

 

When are you going to show up for yourself?

When are you going to show up for yourself?

Have you ever seen someone show up for themselves?

A good example is when someone starts taking care of themselves physically. Maybe they lose weight or start exercising. They own it. They start looking and feeling different. They get more confident and start wearing different clothes. They might be open to more new things.

Other ways that people show up for themselves are changing relationships, pursuing a hobby or dream, self development, moving home, changing jobs are making changes to their parenting. Or just making the decision to own their happiness and stop feeling trapped by feeling a certain way.

Maybe you need to change thoughts or feelings that stop you from showing up. You see showing up is a mindset. I believe that everyone has the opportunity to be amazing, if they choose to be.

Think about if these people didn’t show up!

empty stage

  • The pilot for a plane
  • The singer at a concert
  • The teacher for a lecture
  • The surgeon for an operation

 

Do you ever have these thoughts?

  • Well it’s ok for them, they have more money than me
  • I am too busy
  • I won’t be able to do it
  • I will wait until the right time
  • It seems like to much hard work
  • I won’t fit in

These thoughts might stop you showing up. They might stop you maintaining what you start.

Work your mindset

So working on your mindset is where it’s at. Clear your mind of negative thoughts. How? See my previous blog series on 30 days to happier you, where you can learn a lot about managing your thoughts and mindset.

But if you have a problem that gets in the way of you showing up, you might need help shifting that. That’s where I come in as a Hypnotherapist. I know exactly how to fix problems so that you can start showing up and living the life you desire.

Now I don’t know what your issue is and maybe you don’t either. Many you just know that  something is not right? Something that drains your motivation or makes you procrastinate.

So maybe you need one of these that stops you showing up?

  • Hypnotherapy for smoking
  • Hypnotherapy for depression
  • Hypnotherapy for sleep
  • Hypnotherapy to lose weight
  • Hypnotherapy for anxiety

 

Here is your permission slip to show up

permission-slip

Every day is a brand new day and opportunity to start again. To show up. To do that thing you always wanted to do. To feel different and have the life you want.

And when you show up. Other things will show up in your life. You’ll see. The friends, the relationship, the money. Whatever it is, when you show up, it will show up too.

So now is the time to show up for yourself. If you are stuck in a rut, feeling depressed or frustrated or wish you had something you don’t. This is it! Show up.

If you want something, you need to show up! You already know what happens when you don’t, so how about seeing what happens when you do?

I can help.

Honey

 

 

 

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