Towards Wellness


15 FEBRUARY 2018

Are you unclear on exactly what you want in different areas of your life?

Do you have a detailed plan to create an extraordinary life for yourself?

Do you have unmet goals and ideals for the coming year?

Come and achieve a new level of control over your life and get from where you are now to where you want to be using

The 12 Categories:

Health and fitness, emotional, intellectual, character, beliefs, relationships, parenting, social, financial, career, quality of life, vision.

Raising Great Parents


Raising Great Parents

and continuing to become a Unique and fabulous teenager

Often during adolescence, the changes that are bought about can bring a sense of bewildered confusion. You’ll experience developmental bouncing and shift behaviour patterns quite quickly.

Though hormones play a role, the main thing driving behaviour is the massive brain changes you’re going through. The things that can send you into a tailspin are actually a really normal, healthy part of adolescence and an important part of the adventure you’re  on to figure out who you are and where you fit in to the world.


We already see you as whole, free, inherently wise and beautiful. Each moment comes to us filled with gifts, marvels adventures and opportunities, of which we see or accept merely a tiny portion of the editing possibilities surrounding us.

  1. Correct me if Im wrong, but I understand you don’t want to disconnect from us, you are having some brilliant highs and some excruciating lows, and sometimes we get caught in the cross fire. We endeavour to see things through your eyes as much as we can, we too want to keep our relationship with you strong. Fight or flight responses can be triggered really easily and either one of us may yell, shout, say awful things (fight) or shut down to one another (flight) – see document. We hate this just as much as you and we don’t want to disconnect either. You matter to us.
  2. The push and pull. We wont always agree with one another but a  promise to take the time out to understand each other is a high priority. Your creative brain is sparking like never before and you are thinking about the world in different ways and experimenting with who you are and where you fit in. As a healthy normal part of that we’’l question you and you will us, don’t shut us down, remember we want to hear what you have to say, but we all need to be respectful while we say it. Either of us may forget this but its what we have to say thats really important.
  3. No I told you so’s. They are so yesterday. We are all learning here and were all going to make mistakes, thats how we learn, if we are shamed for the fall, we are all kept from the lessons. We can’t turn back time and change what happened, but we can learn from it and together  figure it out and uncover the lesson. We will listen with patience, support and wisdom and share your journey as you get ready for life.
  4. Its ok not to have it all figured out. Be patient and kind to yourself. Moods go up and moods come down, its a roller coaster ride. When you want more time on your own or more private headspace, it’s a sign that you’re maturing and becoming more independent. This can be a healthy part of adolescence, although you’ll  still needs supervision and support.
  5. Your friends are important. Moving toward them doesn’t mean your rejecting us. We humans love groups, its how we feel safest and strongest and its been that way for thousands of years.  Up to now we have been your strongest group. We are wired to be in packs, respect your friends, treat your friends just how you would like them to treat you. Adolescence can spark a quest for popularity at any cost. Try to move beyond this ideal. It can be good insurance to have a second group of friends separate form school friends. Apart from protection if you have a falling out with school friends it can be rejuvenating to be able to step away from any school yard issues. Know that you can always come to us if the group doesn’t feel good to be around or are leading each other astray. Friendships Id like to create or deepen would look like?
  6. You’re experimenting with being an adult, so its important for us no to treat you like kids. The developmental bouncing can be really confusing for you at times, feeling like you’re older one day and wanting to younger the next. If we are clear on family values, rules and expectations it helps to maintain a clear, consistent and calm household. Just as you have expectations of us, we do of you, Our high expectations or your contributions toward family life are our way to help promote your resilience and self belief.
  7. We understand that you need to find out who you are. You’ll take in more of your wisdom when we’re loving you than when we’re lecturing, criticising or judging you. It can feel like it’s all on your terms, and for a while it might be. We know you need to know you are able to stand without us. Neither of us know what that looks like and sometimes you’ll go too far. We get that you don’t mean to hurt us or make us feel as though we matter. Sometimes this adolescence thing feels bad for us too. We want you to be strongly individual and unique and preset this whilst being able to work with others without being dictated to by them.
  8. We will keep our respect and trust for you. We will always believe in you. We will try to always be consistent. Lets preserve our relationship.
  9. It may not always go right, nobody ever got into trouble because they had too much information. Talking to us about things is much more productive than us lecturing about the rules. Yes, you’ll  do risky things sometimes. You’ll really push against the edges of ourselves. Sometimes you’ll reach full flight, and sometimes you’ll fall out of the sky with a thud. We’ll want to lecture you, but we’ll lose you if we do. We’ll try to let it be easy for you to come to us, and listen to you, we’ll try not to preach to you. You know you can come to us with anything. we know your trying to find your way.

We love you. We seriously love you. Adolescence is complicated and there will be plenty of bumps along the way. Probably some yelling, tears and feisty words too. Know that its all part of what we have to do together to find our way through.

How better can we help you thrive this year?

What are some family adventures you’d like to have?

What is something we could create together?

My Values

If you were to ask yourself not who you are, but who you want to be, REALLY. Not who you are as the student, daughter/son, dancer, footballer. But who is the person behind all this, the person you would like to be.

is it: Kind, strong minded, unique, authentic, compassionate, warm hearted, generosity, competitiveness, family, happiness, self respect, gratitude, wealth, knowledge, freedom, faith, religion, community, integrity, creativity, recognition, achievement, power, friendship, leadership, affection, economic security, adventure, love, health, inner harmony.


What are your 10 highest values











Beside each value, write a few words to define it for yourself


Its time to dream a new dream. Time to create an incredible year for yourself, your world, your life, the world.

That’s how change happens.

You are getting braver, deeper, wiser, more beautiful by the moment, by the day, by the year.

Aim for the moon, if you miss, you’ll land on a star

If you aim at nothing, you’ll hit it everytime.

Which one do you choose?


First though, lets give gratitude for the year that was. What are you grateful in your life from 2015?

I am proud of yourself for?

In 2015 I discovered __________ about myself?

I am happy because of?

Even though it was really hard to go through, I learned a lot from?

The area I felt were hard and challenging were?

I know myself more now because of?

What beautiful lessons did I learn in 2015?

What dreams came true in 2015?

When you look back on 2015, what do you think of?

I am grateful and thankful for all that was in the past, for the lessons Ive leant, the connections Ive made, the values Ive shown and for the places Ive seen. Make this a conscious list, add pictures, drawings and anything you can think of.


What Id like to learn in 2016?

This year I promise myself I will?

This year Id like to release?

This year I want to feel?

What is important to you?

Who and what are you inspired by?

What are some of your natural gifts and abilities?

What is unique about you?


I choose strength. I choose laughter. I choose courage.

Create your ideal day




Loving Life – My Way

BALANCE Living Insights

Loving Life – My Way


What if you could have it all?

What if you lived your life deliberately

What if you were to choose how your life played out

 Why Not?

It’s finally here – The magic will unfold over the next 7 insights

It’s time to see just what’s possible when you take a deep breath and choose to move forward into your truth with courage and self-belief.

7 insights are designed for women all over, who dream of life overflowing with limitless passion, wellbeing, expansion and celebrating your creation.

Bring back your sparkle. Expand yourself and move out of your own way, we are going on a journey together which will blow your mind. Yes, there are sacrifices and yes there is effort, but they are the old ways that were are leaving behind, the limiting beliefs about ourselves and the constraints that hold us back from being in our “amazing” each and every day. As you are liberated from your constraints and limitation

Screen Shot 2015-08-26 at 11.08.48 am







1.Believe and Be Clear about your intentions.s you will begin to live deliberately in your new creation, with your sparkle and your passion ignited. Your new paradigms and tools will be part of your everyday life, and so this will be the way it is, really!!

Lets get creating your goal. Take the time to discover your true passions, drivers and goals. We need to begin by being deliberate in our intentions and put some time into creating your vision. Make sure you can measure the results. If the goal is vague or has instructions such as ‘take initiative’, it isn’t motivating or measurable and you may not even know you’ve achieved it.

To get you thinking try answering these questions. What drives you? What do you do for Pleasure and fun? Things you are great at? Things you like having? Places you feel great? People you love being with? Things I no longer want in my life? Things that are holding me back? Things that make you feel proud? Things that inspire and motivate you? Things you love working on? Things that make you laugh? Things you get excited about?

Think about how the success of your goal should be measured and how the outcome will make you feel. Will you feel excited, challenged or motivated. If it’s not something you feel strongly about you might need to clarify it further or even change it.

2.  Accept and Acknowledge the challenges which may confront you. Don’t buy into your fears or limitations, simply acknowledge, write them down and create an action plan for what will happen if these challenges come up. For example if you believe lack of time may come up, you need to ensure you create some flexibility in your schedule to allow the goal or intention you’ve created to come to life. If your intention is fitness related and your fears are being at the gym, maybe schedule workout dates with friends or a personal trainer. Remember to be specific and realistic

3. Lay it out – Create a clear and concise plan of action. Map your intentions and bring your plan to life. Consider putting your goal into a mission statement to add clarity, or create a vision board or treasure map with pictures or photos to help visualise your intention. Do your goals require long term or short term planning?

The passion or goal I am deliberately bringing into my life is

The steps I need to take to make this become real are:

The timeframe for each step will be

The measurable milestone results are:

I will see my new vision unfold on or before date

 4. Align your thoughts Commit to mindfulness. Do what really matters, plan mindfully and don’t overcommit. This step can bring up some discomfort, because we are making the conscious decision to make a change. Create some time in your day to meditate or visualise your goal become real. Behave like someone who has this passion or goal in their life every day and begin to be that person.

5. No Playing small – Respond rather than React – This requires courage, self examination and willingness to deal with fears or emotions which may come. When we react, it comes across as defensive behaviour, we become uncomfortable and we are on alert. Responding is more thoughtful and contains reasoning, it is guided by logic more so than emotion.

Now, step out of your comfort zone and stretch to the next level.

6. EleCtrify  your sparkle – Restore yourself. A fulfilled and limitless lifestyle requires a nurtured and flexible body mind and soul. Try your hand at yoga, meditation or take that ever longed for art class. Surround yourself with likeminded people who want the best for you, become inspired and inspirational. Get out and nourish your soul.

7. Engage -Feed the Hunger for living – squeeze the most out of your exhilaration and give life to your new creation.

Realise your Awesomeness

Live it, breathe it, LOVE IT

Once you begin living deliberately, you will need to seek feedback, find out what your strengths are and if necessary find a coach who can support you in this process.

yours in transformation


 Wellness Educator


Phone: 0421 9570 75

Don’t get stuck in a rut

Structure and routine are important. But you also might get stuck in a rut. And that means you’re not growing, taking certain risks can be healthy and rewarding. Challenge yourself to take a risk each day, whether it’s talking to someone new, asserting yourself, trusting someone, dancing, setting a tough workout goal or anything that pushes you out of your comfort zone.