All posts by Sarah McKiernan

Mums: Let’s practice the self-care we teach our children

To my fellow mums, I see you making sure your bubba's bellies are full of healthy goodness, while you eat the scraps off their plate because that'll fill you until toast later in the evening (because by then you're too tired to cook). I see you read up on all the fun after-school activities you're ...

A Time to Pause & Reflect

It was the end of the day, the boys were in bed, and I was just settling down for a breather and Netflix sesh. I was expecting the callouts for water or tissues or last minute questions about the following day's school activities. But tonight was different. Instead, there, was sniffling, and there was no ...

Can’t or Won’t?

Such small and simple words but they have a powerful impact on our personal & professional mindset. These words create the boundaries of our abilities and responsibilities affecting our levels of self-esteem and feelings of empowerment.

Are You Addicted to Busy-ness?

There's no denying how busy life is these days but it doesn't have to be that way ALL the time. We've become so conditioned to the need of filling our schedules and minds every moment of the day that it now feels like we're doing something wrong if take the time to pause or stop. This year Work-Life Balance Management will be launching an online course designed to challenge the busy-ness mindset. Register your interest to be updated on the launch date.

Is it possible to be authentic whilst ‘faking it until you make it’?

Q. What do superhero's and the regular people have in common? A. We all wear masks to present the best version of ourselves.

The Final Day – An exercise in understanding what matters to you.

If you woke up and discovered that today was your final day, how would you spend it?

Justification: The Lies We Tell Ourselves

The biggest lies are those we tell ourselves. Be honest with your desires and emotions and accept them as they are. Acknowledge that's what makes you human and move on with it. Be real. To yourself. Always.