…..4. Pick a chance card. Eeeeek!!!…. ....‘GO DIRECTLY TO JAIL’. Damn. Sigh. Just my luck… When playing games like Monopoly, I remember all too well how highly annoying, sometimes bloody frustrating it was to be stuck in
As a former coasteering instructor at Celtic Quest Coasteering I’ve seen it many a times. At first glance you would see keen individuals standing in front of you. People who really are getting ready to make a leap forward, down
It’s such an easy trap to fall into…and yet we're all guilty of doing it: comparing yourself to others. It just goes natural, without effort and without consciously noticing. Around Christmas this seems to be ever more evident, the rat
In our last post we talked about the importance of having a powerful enough motive or ‘WHY’ to keep you going. If your WHY isn’t big enough, you’re more likely struggle down the road and drop out sooner rather than
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This afternoon I actually got a bit of gardening done. Yay! It was quite satisfying to be honest, especially when the weather is Summer worthy. In Pembrokeshire, this doesn’t happen too often in August I can tell you! I particularly
Why does something MASSIVE and really BAD needs to happen first BEFORE you’re really spurred into action. This wake-up call - which often catches you by surprise - shakes up things and SUDDENLY makes you very eager to make a
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