Which direction will you choose?

We will reach many cross-roads in our journey through life; some of them will be planned and longed for, others might not be so welcome.  Each time we reach one of these landmarks, we can make a choice about the direction we choose to go.  Choice always exists, no matter how challenging the situation mightContinue reading “Which direction will you choose?”

Are your choices good for you?

“I said I would do it so I’m doing it” my friend told me as I helped her with the blisters on her feet at the weekend.  She has been training for a 10K run for charity and her feet are a wreck!  She is a determined lady; someone who is proud of making toughContinue reading “Are your choices good for you?”

Will you choose Fire or Water?

Choices impact every aspect of our communication with others and one of the key areas we can make a choice to change, is in communication that leads to arguments or confrontation.  When a conversation starts to head towards an argument, you can make a choice –  will I fight fire with fire or will IContinue reading “Will you choose Fire or Water?”

Choose your mood for the week

As Monday beckons, what mood will you choose for your week ahead?  Will you have a week driven by positivity and promise?  Perhaps a week to be bold and flirtatious or shy and alluring?  How about innovative and perceptive?  They all sound good to me, yet so often the anticipation of Monday morning impacts ourContinue reading “Choose your mood for the week”

Saturday Choices

Saturdays are always about choices for me.  Will I relax and recover, physically, from my week, or will I get those “little jobs” done.  You know the ones, the housework and laundry, the windows that haven’t been cleaned in an age, the car that could do with a good wash. What choice will I make,Continue reading “Saturday Choices”

Choice is a habit

Habits are repeated behaviours that have become part of our routine, we do them on auto-pilot, sub-consciously or semi-consciously.  Some of them are positive and add value to our lives and others are destructive or even dangerous.  Regularly making choices that benefit us can also become a habit  – with a little practice. Some years ago,Continue reading “Choice is a habit”

My first choice is usually the right choice

You know that feeling you get about someone or something – that gut feeling that tells you “this feels right” or, on occasion “this feels wrong”; that’s your “choice mechanism”.  And more often than not, I find mine serves me well.  The trick, of course, is to learn to listen to what it’s telling us! InnerContinue reading “My first choice is usually the right choice”