Posted by Insync-wp on 06/01/2017

How To Make Your New Year Resolutions A Reality

“A goal should scare you a little, and excite you a lot.” ~ Joe Vitale An increasingly popular way to clarify goals is to create a vision board of images, quotes, and statements. But emerging research identified in Neil Farber’s article suggests that this can also limit your chances of success. The studies overall found subjects who utilized

Posted by Insync-wp on 23/12/2016

The Mindfulness Revolution: Change Your Mind, Change Your Life

“Few of us ever live in the present. We are forever anticipating what is to come or remembering what has gone.” ~ Louis L’Amour Are you battling to get through the day because of stress, anxiety or depression? Maybe you have always been a worrier, always planning, thinking, preparing, and stressing about the future. Or ruminating

Posted by Insync-wp on 16/12/2016

Practical Tips For Managing Your Christmas Stress

“When in doubt, always choose love & gratitude.” ~ Hal Elrod Christmas and New Year is promoted as a special time of the year for sharing, gift giving, and celebration. However, for many the romanticized version of Christmas can be the cause of significant emotional dis-stress. This might be the pressure of finances or it

Posted by Insync-wp on 27/11/2016

What To Do When You Receive A Scary Health Diagnosis

“Each of the four times I have received a life-altering diagnosis, I have felt like a healthy person who has been accidentally drop-kicked into a foreign country: I don’t know the language, the culture is unfamiliar, I have no idea what is expected of me, I have no map, and I desperately want to find my

Posted by Insync-wp on 18/11/2016

Is The Blame Game Damaging Your Relationship?

“When you think everything is someone else’s fault, you will suffer a lot. When you realize that everything springs only from yourself, you will learn both peace and joy.” ~ 14th Dalai Lama You probably have childhood memories of assigning blame to others or having the finger pointed at you. I have one vivid memory of


Kerry exudes love and serenity in a world that can be frenetic. She is warm, genuine and gentle, and when you have finished talking to her you walk away feeling that you were heard, understood and not judged.

I have always admired her ability to be so calm and hope one day to emulate her patience and achieve this serenity.