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It’s What FEELS Good That Counts…

By Rosemary Lowe

Do you make it a regular practice to check in with your feelings – asking yourself what FEELS good? It’s a worthwhile practice to cultivate as it’s our feelings that Continue Reading →

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Developing a Growth Mindset

By Rosemary Lowe

“The most important decision we make is whether we believe we live in a friendly or hostile universe.” Albert Einstein. Our mindset comprises of the beliefs and attitudes through which Continue Reading →

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How to Get Good Things to ‘Grow’ in Your Life

By Rosemary Lowe

We each have different levels of mind – these include our conscious mind, subconscious mind and unconscious mind. The conscious mind is like the gardener – the one that plants Continue Reading →

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When Stress Can Be Good for You

By Rosemary Lowe

Did you know that there’s a positive form of stress that has a beneficial effect on health, motivation, performance, and emotional well-being? It’s called eustress. This type of stress could Continue Reading →

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Moving from ‘Busy’ to Working Less and Achieving More

By Rosemary Lowe

Recently I’ve been experimenting with different ways to achieve more balance and work more efficiently – to get more done in less time and minimise distractions whilst boosting productivity. Like Continue Reading →

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Rumi – ‘The Guesthouse’ (brilliant advice on how to live life)

By Rosemary Lowe

This poem by Rumi, the famous Persian 13th-century poet, scholar and mystic is one of my favourite poems which I often turn to in times of difficulty or challenge or Continue Reading →

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Striving for Excellence and Progress, Not Perfection

By Rosemary Lowe

In Part One of this post, I talked about loss and illness and the impact that those things have had on my life and my own journey to overcoming perfection. I mentioned Continue Reading →

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Developing Resilience and Becoming My True Self

By Rosemary Lowe

Personal Post Warning! Today’s post is personal and poignant. I’ve been reflecting on both my life and the life of my older brother, who would have turned 50 a couple Continue Reading →

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