In times when you feel knocked off an even keel it can be really helpful to have simple actions to get you feeling less like you're floundering and more like your usual awesome Unicorn self. Over the years these are the ones I have turned to time and time again - feel...read more
Getting the balance between creating work and putting it out into the world can be tricky. We spend a lot of time being busy, but how much are we actually getting done? There is a ratio that is super important for you to learn. Wait, no, don't go....it's not about...read more
So far in Unicorn You week we've discovered: - why the breath is so important for overcoming the overwhelm of emails masquerading as tigers and; - we've met the truth of the fact that not only do we create and work with more ease and success when we're feeling good...read more
How many times as a kid did you do this? When there is something you really, really don't want to do, particularly when it happened on a regular basis, like visiting a great aunt or violin lessons, you conveniently had a stomach ache. It was your method of trying to...read more
Unicorn You - day two In today’s video we’re exploring how to raise your vibration. The science of it is quantum but not hard to understand. Raising your vibration, also known as being in the vortex, or plain ol’ getting happy, before you take on any task allows...read more
Head of the Herd - mentor
When I was a girl, I was not your run of the mill, A grade student. I admit it, I was always a little kookier than the others, and I tried hard to conform, to work hard and be the good girl. But there were always crystals and holistics and a certain feeling that things didn’t have to be so normal, dutiful and mundane buzzing around in the back of my head.
As for many of us therapists and healer types, deep in my heart I knew what my calling was, but it was fuzzy in form, so university beckoned and a respectable 2:1 in Bsc (hons) Psychology was the prize. However, this wasn’t the real study of people that I yearned for, Psychology was all words and rhetoric – only leading to a corporate career and a management fast track. So I ran away to learn about the world. My mother always knew I would…