Tag Archive: confidence

October 21, 2015 - Written by:

Is The ‘New’ Age Making You Ungrateful Or Ambitious?


Do you have food, shelter and good people around you? Do you have a job and some money in your pocket, not rich but definitely enough to get by and go to Shoreditch once a month, eat out and have some fun? People around you praise your achievements and tell you how ‘lucky’ you are?  That you should not really... Read the rest of this post...


May 18, 2015 - Written by:

On Being Confident: Learning Jenny Garrett’s Three A’s


We all have fears, but I have been thinking recently about how far we let our fears permeate into our lives in the realist of ways? Do your fears hold you back? Do they stress you out? Do you allow them to chain you and obliterate your self-confidence in situations where you have every opportunity to shine? So here’s a confession…... Read the rest of this post...


February 18, 2015 - Written by:

Compare Leads To Despair: Why You Should Stop Comparing and Start Living


It’s time to be honest, every now and then I compare myself to others. Sometimes it’s other writers who are more successful than me, and other times it’s people who I don’t even know, but it seems like they’re living extraordinary lives. One things for certain, at the end of the thought train, my feelings about myself hit rock bottom. Ever... Read the rest of this post...


November 13, 2014 - Written by:

Confessions of a Past Perfectionist: Why Being Perfect Isn’t Worth It

Imperfection is Beauty

Have you ever felt overwhelmed by the number of tasks you’ve been meaning to check off on your to do list? Do you remember beating yourself up after only achieving a B grade on an exam instead of an A? Everyone remembers that IT  boy and girl at school who were involved in every aspect of school life, be it... Read the rest of this post...