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- My first book launch party!
- Clutter castles in the spare room
- How to deal with clutter quickly
- Being positive by asking yourself better questions
- Last day of my ‘holiday at home’
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- Feeling relaxed and calm on Christmas Eve…
- The squirrel and the advent calendars
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- Help decluttering your handbag
- A simple list of chores…
- Interesting rubbish!
- Back to the routine on Monday
- Facing my fear of cycling!
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Author Archives: Sandra Madeira
Playing the piano was one of my earliest memories, and I was encouraged to practise and have lessons until well into my teens… and then I stopped. This was probably because I discovered ‘going out’ and it no longer felt … Continue reading
I think it’s important not to belittle the worries that children have about life – something that may be insignificant to you, might be a massive challenge to them. Children, just like adults, need a sounding board to get things … Continue reading
Do you struggle to take control of the frustrations that your children have with everyday things like homework; getting up and getting ready for school; tidying their room, and so on? Since the start of this new school year, I’ve been trying to help my … Continue reading
Reblogged from Seaswift's Blog: Reject your sense of injury, and the injury itself disappears. Marcus Aurelius (received from The Happiness Project) The secret of success is to let the negative feelings out, in other words, do not suppress your negative … Continue reading
I apologise for the lack of updates in the last few weeks, but I’ve been busy editing my book that’s being published later this year. This post is to gather your thoughts on a potential change. The title of the book A Gift … Continue reading
I’ve just come back from my very first book launch party! I should be thinking about going to sleep as I have work tomorrow, but I had to share this. My friend, yoga instructor and talented author Natasha Harding has … Continue reading
Why do we need so much stuff? As I look around my semi-tidy study/spare room, I’m now noticing items piled on top of other items. These are things that didn’t quite make it to the garage following my ‘how to deal with … Continue reading
The question I asked myself over and over again this morning was: What shall I do with all this clutter? I was faced with the task of sorting out the spare room in my house, otherwise known as the study or … Continue reading
A few days ago I was listening to an audio programme by Tony Robbins (self-help author and motivational speaker) called Lessons in Mastery and although I’ve listened to it before, I felt like it was the first time I had heard this particular message. It … Continue reading