All posts by: letitgo

  I have been guided and inspired by the quotes from my daily calendar by the late Dr Wayne Dyer.   His words of wisdom have often provided a challenge along with the opportunity to focus on the positive affirmations throughout...
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Now, more than ever, it is important that we remember that we are never alone and that we have access to a mighty force in the guise of angels, sent from God to guide, protect and care for us.   ...
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On new year’s day I set a goal to read a book each month of 2020 and to date I have already smashed my target by reading 17 books in a number of genres including autobiographies, spiritual and self-help books....
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 We all know that keeping a secret can be detrimental to your health. According to Gina Roberts-Grey, these include stress, hypertension, digestive problems, insomnia, weight issues, reduced immunity, mood swings and depression.  Neuroscientists have also discovered that within the human...
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During school half term I was able to spend time with my nine year old granddaughter who several weeks earlier had her ears pierced. Initially everything was fine but as the time came for the earring studs to be removed...
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If I were asked to sum up autumn in one word it would be CHANGE.  As autumn advances, the days become shorter and we are exposed to less sunshine, which has a dramatic effect on our bodies as it disrupts...
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  Over the years I have  found that practising gratitude has played an important part in finding true happiness and I can guarantee that adopting gratitude as a daily practice will lead to decreased stress levels, happier moods and better...
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“A wise old man told me one time  Happiness is a frame of mind  When you go to measuring my success Don’t count my money count my happiness.”   There is no time like the present to take stock and...
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A very dear friend of mine died suddenly a few days ago, from a massive stroke, leaving everyone who knew him devastated.  He was such a kind, caring man whose legacy will live on through the lives of his children...
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Several years ago I was struggling to balance too many plates, existing, not living.  As a former perfectionist, I would maintain my standards at all cost and the consequence of ignoring my own needs resulted in a severe back problem,...
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