Values are the ideals we hold deeply. Do your values identify who you really are?
It’s been said that opinions are like noses, everyone has one, writes Jan Aitken.
In the next part of our personal foundation series, this week we’re talking about boundaries, writes Jan Aitken.
Losing focus might be the best winter activity we can do, writes Jan Aitken.
Is busyness the new status symbol, Jan Aitken wonders.
In the fourth part of our personal foundation series, integrity moves centre stage, writes Jan Aitken.
I did a lot of aqua-jogging many years ago when I damaged several discs in my back, writes Jan Aitken.
In the next instalment of the personal development series, life coach Jan Aitken looks at daily habits.
There is often some effort required to maintain a positive state of mind, but the benefits are worth it, writes Jan Aitken.
Constructing a building well can make for some impressive results if it’s done properly, writes Jan Aitken.
In today’s fast-paced world, patience is becoming a lost art, says life coach Jan Aitken.
There’s value in rediscovering the spaces between the noise, writes Jan Aitken.
Feeling content with your lot in life? That's not a bad thing, writes Jan Aitken.
What is it about being given a compliment that makes us feel uncomfortable, asks life coach Jan Aitken.
You only have control over your thoughts, feelings and behaviour, lifestyle coach Jan Aitken writes.
There are any number of ways in which we beat ourselves up, but knowing what they are means we are better placed to push back, life coach Jan Aitken says.
It could be that our grandparents knew a thing or two about what was important in life, lifestyle coach Jan Aitken writes.
The tyranny of choice only seems to get more oppressive as the hours pass. Sound familiar? Could be a reason for that, life coach Jan Aitken writes.
Taking a step back to get perspective can help us develop emotional agility, life coach Jan Aitken says.
In a fast-paced world, 10 minutes of going slow can put things in perspective, Jan Aitken writes