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5 Steps To Achieving Your Wellbeing Goals

5 Steps To Achieving Your Wellbeing Goals

Do you ever feel as though you’d like to improve your health and wellbeing, but don’t know where to start? We’re all inundated with advertising that offers the latest ‘secret’ to wellbeing. It can be overwhelming trying to decide what to do first. Many companies...
Simple Self-Care Practices You Can Do Each Day

Simple Self-Care Practices You Can Do Each Day

What have you been doing lately for your self-care? Self-care is often neglected in our busy lives. When you’re responsible for work, tasks and other people, it’s so easy to miss looking after ourselves. According to a study done by wayahead.org, 75% of...
Why I’ve Realised Wellbeing Is So Important

Why I’ve Realised Wellbeing Is So Important

Would you agree that there are some people who are fit, healthy and thriving – despite many challenges, and other people who are unfit, unhealthy and suffering – even though they have similar choices? Would you agree that some people consciously feed their...
Fostering Friendship In Your Marriage

Fostering Friendship In Your Marriage

Have you ever wondered why marriages often break down more at the 1-year mark, 7-year mark and 30-year mark? In my work with couples over the last 3 decades, I’ve discovered: There are 3 core problems that married couples face today… 1. We live in a...

Couples Weekend Getaway

Marriage is like a long sea journey. There are times of smooth sailing and onboard festivities, but also times when the tempest hits and we cling on for dear life. Join us at the Kiama Couples Getaway to scrape off the barnacles, stock up on provisions and enjoy a...
How To Use The Power Of Words To Heal, Not Hurt

How To Use The Power Of Words To Heal, Not Hurt

Our words are so powerful. Words can hurt. But they can also heal. Starting an argument is easy, … preventing it or stopping it is hard. Here’s a great quote that reminds us of the importance of our words: “This sense of being at home is important to everybody’s...