Is There A Spider In Your Closet?


Is There A Spider In Your Closet
Is There A Spider In Your Closet?

Is There A Spider In Your Closet? A fear that is lurking there, ready to pounce at any given moment?

Fear holds us back from what we want to do with our life; it can crush us emotionally and torment our minds.

When something changes in our life, we can become fearful, because we feel out of control. We think why did this happen to me? The truth is, things change all of the time, so it’s better to face your spiders head on; to build a strong web of resilience around you, to protect you, and leave your spiders naked.

Being made redundant can give you lots of spiders; make sure you are not the fly.

If you want help to break through your barriers and keep the Spiders at bay, check out my Break Through The Barriers Of Redundancy book. This book does not just help you to break down barriers of redundancy, it shows you how to:

Deal with grief
Have more confidence
Improve your communication skills
Improve your relationships
Understand yourself better
Love yourself more
Discover what you were born to do
Achieve your dream job and lifestyle

And so much more

It’s not just a job’s skills book, but a wellbeing and life skills book.

Check out my book page: www.facebook.com/breakthroughthebarriersofredundancybook

Buy on Amazon UK: http://www.amazon.co.uk/BREAK-THROUGH-BARRIERS-REDUNDANCY-GUIDE-ebook/dp/B0128RWB5O

Buy on Amazon USA: http://www.amazon.com/BREAK-THROUGH-BARRIERS-REDUNDANCY-GUIDE-ebook/dp/B0128RWB5O

I have started my Blog Book Tour and I am half way through reformatting my manuscript for the printed version – Having to number each page individually is hard work, but it will be worth it. I have people asking to buy the printed version so needs must. Plus, I can’t wait to hold my book in my hands. I am also working on a book trailer and have a Producer/Director for that. I have a slightly new format www.youtube.com/quirkybooksTV channel. I will be doing videos related to my book soon, but coming up next, I have footage from the Success Seminar and a long speech from Nick Vijucic (no legs, no arms) that I filmed live. You won’t want to miss that one.

I am training the owner of 4 shops in Facebook for his business under my www.quirkyacademy.com business, that is ongoing; and I have been working my way through updating my own social media profiles about the book.

How many spiders do you have in your closet? I would love to know?

Write soon, embrace your quirky and stay positive.

Sandra

Love your life.


Hi everyone

I just had to share this uplifting post with you. I was in a dark place years ago, not liking my life, or who I was, so I changed it. I changed my circumstances and my environment automatically changed as a result. I changed and developed myself until I was happy with the best version of me that there could be, and I am still evolving now. Nowadays I am happy with who I am, and comfortable in my own skin. I enjoy being quirky and pride myself on not being normal – If I can help it. Even though my life can still be up and down sometimes, I am the happiest I have ever been.

Be true to who you are. If you don’t like who you are, then make changes and become the greatest version of yourself that you were born to be.

If you love this post from Carolyn Hughes, you should enjoy reading “L is for Love Yourself” in my Break through the barriers of redundancy book – Coming soon to Amazon.

Write soon
Sandra

The Hurt Healer

life kathleen tennant Life – Kathleen Tennant

“A new day: Be open enough to see opportunities. Be wise enough to be grateful. Be courageous enough to be happy.” Steve Maraboli

Life can be tough. And if you’ve ever had one of those days, that turns into one of those weeks it can be to hard embrace the new day and be happy. Everyone has difficult times and whilst it’s essential to your overall well-being to feel your emotions, but it’s also crucial to have some balance. You have to love your life too.

I long, as does every human being, to be at home wherever I find myself. ~ Maya Angelou.

I spent many years battling the depression and addiction that defined my existence. Whilst my circumstances had a huge part to play in how I felt, the fundamental issue was that I didn’t know how to enjoy my life because I didn’t…

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Blogging as an aid to recovery – How has it helped you?


Hi everyone

I published this post recently but it would seem that it has posted in the month that I first started to write it in draft form. This may have caused you to miss it in your reader and so here it is again.

( A huge thanks to Ralph, from bluefish way.com who left a comment on the original post. It will be a huge help to my learners.)

It’s official, amongst everything else I do, I am a Tutor for the RLC (Recovery Learning Community).

I will be teaching my first course, “Blogging as an aid to recovery” on the 18th and 25th of November and 2nd of December.
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The RLC provides a range of educational, practical and creative courses, for students with mental health difficulties and their family and friends who support them.

I will be teaching students how to start a WordPress.com blog of their own, that they can continue to use after the course has finished.

I will be teaching students how blogging can make them to feel better and improve their quality of life through:

  • Building online relationships and friendships.
  • Communicating with like-minded people.
  • Improving communication skills.
  • Building confidence and self-esteem.
  • Giving them something to focus on.
  • Giving them a sense of purpose and a reason to get up in the morning.

Plus loads more fantastic reasons.

I would love for my students to know how blogging has aided your recovery. Please leave a message in the comments section so that I can share your story with them.

Thanks in advance.

Stay positive.

Sandra  Bellamy