You are probably laughing as you read this. Slowing down, YOU Sara? I know, it sounds ludicrous! But the truth
Metrics are constant health assessments and you can chose to add carbs or veggies to your diet anytime.
This Sunday, I have hit an adrenaline crash. The worst I have had. In fact, I am not sure I have even had such a thing before.
Writing comes easy to me. But speech writing needs more editing than usual. It needs to fit your purpose, your audience and sound like you speak
We are all living filled lives, but are they full lives? Busy is gettingg me annoyed these days. Busy is bad for business.
Sometimes changing plans is required. Yes, it’s me here, the one always talking about routines and keeping with your habits. There is a reason for it. Exceptions are there to make the rule.
I have been talking about my new book club for a while on my weekly news. It is not mine as in the sense of creation or ownership of it, but it is mine to the extent I belong to it. And I love it.
I woke up in a bad mood today. Can’t quite point what it was, I just did.I draw on my therapy lessons and I know I can pull it through. I have learnt so much about myself and the power our mind and thoughts can have over us. It can feel sometimes overpowering.
Grief is something so private that I think it is better left in there, in the dark, not living the light of day. But at the same time, as one of the most difficult emotions to live with, it is one I know I ought to not stay away from as I focus my path on growth
As a business leader, you have to tell your story all the time. What are you up to? Do you have trouble explaining? How do you work on your storytelling?
I have been an expat for 15 years now. Coming back in August is tough. But there are good and bad things!
I landed in Mozambique today. It has been 4 years since I was last here. Too long and yet all is still so familiar. It warms my heart to be back.
We created After School Studies where children can get extra time and support with their work. A place where we can help each of them break out of poverty through education (and care)
All I can think of this week is how happy I am that another school year as a working mum is pausing. I need to reset my domino.
I thought I was going to a musical, but Matilda was there to remind me some key life lessons. Life is not fair, it is important to stand up for yourself and others and sometimes you have to be just a little bit naughty!