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You Are Not Alone

you_are_not_alone Remind yourself (like I did) that you are not alone in wishing for a better, more loving world.

Your Biggest and Best Triumph: Be Yourself

be_yourself Why being yourself is the hardest and most rewarding thing you can do.

How Do You Know When To Keep Pushing (Or Not)

keep_pushing Discover when, how and how much to keep pushing through a challenge – or whether it’s time to stop pushing for good.

Why You Should Listen to Your Intuition (and How)

listen_to_your_intuition.jpg Three years ago, my intuition stopped me from making one of the biggest mistakes of my life: saying yes to marrying the wrong guy. The ceremony was scheduled, the party planned

3 Ways to Let Go & Welcome Happiness In

Let_Go_control_welcomehappiness Watch my TEDxBrighton talk to discover how my varied cultural upbringing taught me how to let go of control and welcome happiness in.

3 Weird Questions to Help You Find Your Life Purpose

Liz Gilbert shares 3 questions on life purpose Elizabeth Gilbert shares inspirational Big Magic wisdom to help you figure out your life purpose.

How to Find Love (and Sustain It)

How to find love and keep it Love is a core part of our lives. Without it, life can be dull and meaningless. Without it, we can find ourselves feeling a bit empty and low. And that’s

5 Uplifting Christmas Gift Ideas

Uplifting Christmas gift ideas I love Christmas. It’s the one time of the year my whole family spends a few days together. (It’s not easy to achieve this with everyone living all over Europe!)

The Top Three Happiness Posts on Happyologist

Top three happiness posts As I’m in the final sprint of finishing the first draft of my book, I wanted to take you on a walk down memory lane. My readers and followers are

Why You Should Have the Courage to Be Vulnerable [video]

Be vulnerable Do you have the courage to be the real you? To express your real emotions? To be truly vulnerable? You should – because you’re worthy of it. Too often we