Jane’s Journal

How Do I Want to Express Myself as a Woman?

How Do I Want to Express Myself as a Woman?

This is the question I have been pondering of late - "How Do I Want to Express Myself as a Woman?" It is very real and raw as I continue to meet deep beliefs within. Last week the tennis season started. Yes, I have been watching it on TV and was lucky enough to watch...

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The Gift of Radical Acceptance

The Gift of Radical Acceptance

As identified yesterday, I have decided this year is the year of radical acceptance. After teaching mindfulness for a while and also self-compassion, I wanted to focus on and practise radical acceptance this year for a few reasons (maybe I will share that one day)....

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Welcome 2020 – My Year of Radical Acceptance

Welcome 2020 – My Year of Radical Acceptance

Well it is 2020 and after doing my End-of-Year Ritual, I am ready to go. I feel clearer than I have been in a while about the coming year and know in my heart I am ready to be here more. Yes, like a number of people 2019 was challenging, however I got through it with...

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9 Ways An Athlete Can Benefit from Life Coaching

9 Ways An Athlete Can Benefit from Life Coaching

One of the reasons why I like life coaching so much is because it helps clients discover their own answers and treats them as the experts in their own lives (which I believe everyone is). It is a very client-centred and solution-focused approach. A very brief example...

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Why Would an Athlete Work With a Life Coach?

Why Would an Athlete Work With a Life Coach?

There are many reasons why an athlete would work and partner with a life coach. Subsequently, in this post I wanted to share you you some of those reasons. However, before I share why would an athlete work with a life coach, let's make sure we are on the same page...

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I Am Me by Virginia Satir

I Am Me by Virginia Satir

Virginia Satir was an American author and therapist,whose work was done under the umbrella of "Becoming More Fully Human." I Am Me was written for a thirteen-year-old girl who apparently asked Virginia about what it takes to lead a fulfilling life.   I Am Me by...

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