6 Little Changes = 1 BIG Difference


Are you losing connection with yourself and the people around you?

Here are some reminders and some easy tips about how to start re-connecting with life. We’re so busy dashing here there and everywhere with our jobs and/or ferrying the children around to every activity under the sun, that some of us are losing that sense of ‘self’ and of being part of a community. Our dreams seem to have become forgotten as we busily try to please anyone and everyone in our lives.

Here are 6 simple ways to start the process of reconnecting. If you commit yourself to make real connections with people and reminding yourself of your long lost dreams, you’ll be amazed at what a difference it will make to your life.

If you’re feeling a loss of connection with yourself and others, here are some simple steps you can take:

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  1. August 14, 2018 / 11:42 pm

    These are wonderful tips Wendy. I’ve just returned from my early morning walk with Harry around the wetlands. It’s my favourite time of the day and I love noticing all the birds and the way the sky changes as I walk, yep the little things. Change is good too, today I’m heading out, a different route to buy a different magazine that I’m going to research and pitch my writing too.
    Oh and I’m a hugger too and sending you a big warm one here across the ocean. Hope you’re well. 💕 xx

    • Wendy
      August 17, 2018 / 8:14 pm

      Awww – how lovely Miri.. Yep life is simple and yet sometimes we make it so complicated. We’re home from a lovely camping trip and busy unpacking after creating some new great family memories in a place that’s very close to my heart and where I felt I was transported back in time to when I was 8 years old…. crikey!! Yep enjoying the simple beauty of our countryside, enjoying lovely campfire chats and being mesmorised by the beautiful starlit skies – what could be better… Wow – sounds like an exciting change – good luck with that pitch Miri and I’m feeling that lovely welcome home hug and sending a very big one back with love!!! xx

  2. July 31, 2018 / 3:21 pm

    I love all of these tips Wendy, especially giving a hug, and changing daily routine. What can I say, I’m a hugger. I’ve often found that one of my hugs was right on time. Daily routines can get a little stale. Changing one or two up gives options, which can be the difference that makes the difference!

    • Wendy
      July 31, 2018 / 10:22 pm

      Thanks Jen and yep – I’m a hugger too so I’m sending a GREAT BIG HUG to you across the ocean! It’s amazing how uncomfortable making little changes to our routine makes us feel – I remember forcing myself to sit on the opposite side of a conference room table – I’d got so used to sitting in the same spot – changing sides and shaking it up helps us look at the World from a different angle! Yep – the difference that makes a difference – I like that!! xx

      • August 1, 2018 / 12:03 am

        Hugs right back Wendy! Robert Dilts is a big proponent of changing perceptual positions. We often miss more than we realize seeing the world from only one. I’m too curious for that! 🙂

        • Wendy
          August 1, 2018 / 8:28 am

          I was introduced to the work of Robert Dilts when I did my NLP Master Practitioner – Brilliant! I used some ‘perspective coaching’ with a client last week – underpinned with some hypnotherapy and when he returned last night, the difference in his demeanour and outlook on life was astounding! .… and oh I can imagine that your curiosity has led you to some amazing moments in your life Jen… Fabulous! x

          • August 1, 2018 / 3:36 pm


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