Podcast Ep. 250: We Will Be Changed By The Things We Do (and that’s okay)

In this two-hundred-and-fiftieth (!!!) episode of The Baggage Reclaim Sessions, I share some of the lessons I’ve learned about change and evolution as a result of making the show. Subscribe on Apple Podcasts | Spotify | Android 5...

Saying Yes Requires Discernment if We Are to Enjoy Genuine Opportunities

A chief block to saying no is fear it will cause us to miss out on an opportunity. Believing that indiscriminately saying yes is the route to happiness blocks opportunity and wellbeing though. We wind up saying yes to everything, but we don’t practise...

Why ignore your ‘life data’ when you can utilise it and take care of you?

Thanks to a lifetime of experiences so far, we all have our own personal encyclopedias of what does and doesn’t work for us. But we often don’t utilise this vital intel about our needs, desires, values and boundaries. Instead, even though we know that, for...

People Pleasing is Like Creating Debt and Then Expecting Others to Pay It Off 

When your decision to remain in an unhealthy or unfulfilling relationship or situation is about ‘investment’ and attempting to recoup a loss, you wind up making the person/people indebted to you. There becomes a sense of entitlement. This is when you have...
Podcast Ep. 168: Freaking Out Over Decisions (lessons from panicking about my daughter’s exams)

Podcast Ep. 168: Freaking Out Over Decisions (lessons from panicking about my daughter’s exams)

This week’s episode of The Baggage Reclaim Sessions explores freaking out over decisions. So many of us learned from the adults around us while growing up to regard things we do in childhood as what determines our life and to see decisions turning out...