All posts tagged: self talk

Start unknown. Finish unforgettable.

After 3 months on the road, 11 countries, 1000’s wonderful people and learning a million new things my Global Garden journey has come to an end. Or maybe that’s just another word for a new beginning.When I started this journey, people asked me what my expectations were for the trip. My reply, was that honestly, I only had one. And that was to grow. A lot. It’s the things I found unimaginable, that have now become unforgettable. Sydney/Australia – Beeing the solution In Sydney, I met with the incredible Alyson from Bee Ecology and together we made a bee hotel – a safe zone to welcome native bees into any backyard, balcony or farm. As we worked Alyson taught me about the importance of pollinators. If pollinators disappear, we will all get stung. Pollination is vital to plants, to pollinators, to humans. Without it plants can’t reproduce. If we don’t give bees a safe home in a biodiverse environment, they can’t give one back to us. The lessons Alyson taught me was something I was …

Feeding the mind – in Italy

Our body digests our thoughts just as much as the foods we eat. Health isn’t just about how much exercise we do, what we eat or what products we use. What we are thinking, saying and believing is just as important for our wellbeing. So, question for you… how do you talk to yourself? Are you your own biggest cheerleader? Or biggest critic? Science shows that our bodies digest the power of our thoughts as readily as the food we eat. I’ve only personally learnt this lesson recently, but when you speak to yourself like you would a friend it’s amazing the change we can bring to our lives. Being your own number one supporter doesn’t scream NARCISSIST, its actually the quickest way to achieve a healthy mind, body and spirit. Still not convinced? Then maybe you might believe the Big Apple Experiment. Have you heard of the Big Apple Experiment? It took the internet by storm in 2016. It claimed to demonstrate how our negative thoughts can have a serious impact on our minds …