Behavioural change is possible – it just needs a careful, methodical approach to time and life management… and some disciplined use of the diary.
Why do we sometimes get in the way of our own good intentions? Self-sabotage is hard to spot, because it can be unconscious.
It’s common to get the nagging feeling that you are not doing enough. Activity is healthy, of course it is. But the obsessive need to win (or to avoid losing) is a different thing, and can lead to prolonged unhappiness.
Human beings rationalise their actions. This means that they seek to explain their actions with reference to reasons. Where they get those reasons can vary,
Walking is long known as a healthy thing to do, mentally as well as physically. Here are ten reasons why a good walk can be
I spend some of my time helping people manage money. I have noticed a variety of attitudes to wealth, and each seems to have a