Over the last 5 years I have had an opportunity for self reflection during a period of professional development and understand the benefits of challenging my own self-limiting beliefs and tackling personal doubt. There is no longer ‘what’s next’; this has been replaced by a strong sense of gratitude and appreciation for what I have ‘now’.

The change in my thought pattern came from a variety of things. Key things have been meeting and working with a number of inspirational people, developing an interest in coaching and then training to become a coach. These opportunities gave me new perspectives and techniques on how to be my best self and understand how I can also support others to do the same, including new mums. Motherhood is, without doubt, a time of great happiness and tough challenges. Asking for support, sharing experience and stories has been the key for making my experience a positive one and this is something I now hope to include in my coaching offer.

I have also been greatly inspired learning from those who share a similar outlook on life, who have a fantastic attitude with which to tackle personal and day to day challenges. This sharing of knowledge (great conversations, books, blogs, instagram) has led me to really see the value of:

Our own personal thinking space,

Making the time to challenge ourselves, our thoughts and to overcome self doubt,

Focusing our efforts on living life for ourselves – to be our best, authentic selves.

Through this blog I hope to do the same and want to share my thoughts, musings and learning as others have helpfully done for me.

I have a real passion for personal and wellbeing coaching. To work with me as a Coach please see the coaching and contact pages.

3 Replies to “About me”

  1. What a beautiful blog site. I love your pictures and the gratitude, appreciation and inspiration that you express in your writings Sarah. Now I’m feeling inspired by you!
    There seem to be a number of interconnected emerging themes and realisations in your experiences and reflections. Synchronicity is well and truly alive!! And the Mindfulness workshop is another facet of the rich tapestry. I look forward to reading more.

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