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Keep on track in 2018

Posted: 15th January 2018

By: Julia Butler

January, the month when resolutions bite the dust…!   Here are some ideas for keeping on track. By Julia Butler It is that time of year again when we look to…

Why are people weird about book-keeping?

Posted: 10th January 2018

By: Jenny Bracelin

Why are people weird about book-keeping? I have always thought, people avoided their book-keeping, because they didn’t want to know the answer! As a money coach, it is usually because…

I Explain Money – Spending

Posted: 18th December 2017

By: Jenny Bracelin

Spending is all about choice Buying stuff you want is fantastic. Spending money you don’t have isn’t. Every time we handover a card to pay for something, we are making…

Six reasons to shop small and local

Posted: 12th December 2017

By: Elaine Pritchard

The UK’s annual Small Business Saturday has been and gone, but that’s no reason to stop shopping locally. Small businesses and the self-employed are crucial to the local economy –…

Applying the art of Hygge to Self Employment

Posted: 6th September 2017

By: Kim Gilmour

I was given a lovely book for Christmas on Hygge (pronounced Hue Guh, to rhyme with sugar) – the Danish Art of Happiness, and it got me thinking….  How can the…

Distortions, Deletions and Generalisations

Posted: 30th May 2017

By: Tracey Nixon

Distortions, Deletions and Generalisations – What do you say, without thinking that could be causing your own stress, low mood, depression and anxiety? In only a couple of days last…

Suffering Insomnia?

Posted: 3rd April 2017

By: Tracey Nixon

To me, people will say things like: “I’m really struggling with sleep, for many reasons. I’ve tried guided meditation and lavender. My mind wanders when I try to meditate. I’m…

Are You A Victim Of Your Own Kindness?

Posted: 13th February 2017

By: Carolyn Trafford

Whether you’re a parent, a partner an employee or an offspring, there’s always someone who needs help or support.  Our ability to care may be part of what makes us…