Identifying your gremlins (or challenge your gremlins, part one)

Identifying your gremlins (or challenge your gremlins, part one)

I decided to jump headfirst into April’s Happiness Project resolutions and challenge my gremlins. This involved answering the question ‘what makes you afraid?’ because the first step to challenging your gremlins is identifying your gremlins. These guys feed on fear and have to do with the fear that’s holding me (and maybe you?) back from […]

Making my work work: April’s Happiness Project theme

Making my work work: April’s Happiness Project theme

Any keen eyed readers amongst you may have noticed this post is coming out slightly later in the week than usual. I’ve been finding this month’s Happiness Project theme and its resolutions tricky to nail down. I was excited about having a month focusing on my work, but I also didn’t know where to start. […]

Slowing down, slow living, living deeply and leftovers

Slowing down, slow living, living deeply and leftovers

As I’ve been working on my Slow Down resolutions for March I’ve been reading a lot about slow living. Interestingly slow living doesn’t have to mean going slower with everything. But then neither, now I think about it, does slowing down. Mark Sisson puts it well on his blog Mark’s Daily Apple when he says […]

Multi-tasking, messy brains and multipotentialites

Multi-tasking, messy brains and multipotentialites

One of my resolutions for March’s ‘Slow Down’ Happiness Project theme is no multi-tasking. On the surface it seems quite a simple resolution to keep. How hard can it be to not do two things at once? Turns out it’s harder than I thought. When I come to filling out my resolution chart at the […]