How To Love Your Body

One of the biggest things my clients say they want to feel more confident in, is their body. We beat ourselves up big time because of how we look & how we feel in our body & it’s not healthy to be criticising ourselves in this way.  This week, I wanted to give you aContinue reading “How To Love Your Body”

How to Accept Your Chronic Illness

Did you know that I don’t just work with cancer survivors? I also work with people who have chronic illnesses too. In fact, my very first client has a chronic illness and she found the coaching experience invaluable. Having a chronic illness can beat your confidence down and make you feel pretty shitty. On topContinue reading “How to Accept Your Chronic Illness”

How to Accept Yourself

Lovely people, we are in October already and my theme for this month is Acceptance. I kicked the month off with my first ever Instagram Live (so nerve wracking but so worth it!) and talked all about the Three Steps to Acceptance. If you missed it, you can still catch it on my IGTV –Continue reading “How to Accept Yourself”

5 Things You Should Know About Life After Cancer

Look, I’ll be 100% honest with you here – life after cancer isn’t the easiest thing to deal with. You can swing from feeling on top of the world to feeling like your whole world has been flipped on its head on a daily basis. And that’s okay. Trust me, it’s completely normal. Plenty ofContinue reading “5 Things You Should Know About Life After Cancer”

5 Ways Creativity Can Boost Your Wellbeing

My university tutor once told me: ‘The Ancient Greeks were doing something right when they made Apollo the god of poetry and medicine.’ I was talking to him about the therapeutic effects of writing – how getting all of your thoughts down on paper can make you feel so much better. Of course, as wellContinue reading “5 Ways Creativity Can Boost Your Wellbeing”

How to Boost Your Confidence After Cancer

Having cancer is a life-changing experience. Your body changes, your outlook changes and sometimes, your confidence can be affected too. When you finish treatment, trying to pick up where you left off is difficult. Your family and friends are busy trying to get on with their own lives & you haven’t got any hospital appointmentsContinue reading “How to Boost Your Confidence After Cancer”

A Frank Account of Teenage Cancer

It’s like one day you’re just living your life in a haze of teenage emotions. Wandering the streets of your hometown aimlessly with your best friend. Getting caught up in adolescent arguments and then suddenly, you have a feeling that something is gonna change your life for good. Like chaos has ensued all around youContinue reading “A Frank Account of Teenage Cancer”

‘I Shouldn’t Complain…’ – Why You Shouldn’t Worry About Complaining to a Cancer Survivor

When you’ve had cancer, it seems as though anything that comes afterwards couldn’t possibly compare. I mean, you’ve had cancer. It’s a huge thing to overcome & after you’ve been through all the treatment and the operations, you don’t think you could ever feel worse in your life. At the time, you somehow find the strength to carryContinue reading “‘I Shouldn’t Complain…’ – Why You Shouldn’t Worry About Complaining to a Cancer Survivor”