I'm Beccy and welcome to BeccyMiller.com. I have always been fascinated by Human Psychology. The reason I love coaching so much is that I can fully relate to what my clients are feeling in terms of feeling stuck, repeating poor quality choices in relationships, jobs or friends, feeling not good enough or loveable enough, fearing success as much as fearing failure, falling out with family etc. And all while on the surface appearing to be very confident, happy and positive.
Happy For No Reason – Workshop InformationThe first follow up Happy for no Reason Workshop will be this coming Thursday, 14th March, 7pm till 8:30 pm at the Dovercourt and Harwich Hub.
We will be focusing on the first step to building your own happy home, laying the foundation. I will share practical tips and processes to help dial up your natural happiness state and develop habits that will put you back in the driving seat for how you feel and respond to others and life circumstances in more positive ways.
£10 including refreshments! Do get in touch if you have any questions! Hope to see you there!??
Happy New Year and a Resolution that might just be achievable this year!
I realise I am late in both the well wishes and also in setting a resolution but I do have a reason and it is a very familiar one. Every year I reflect and decide on what I want to focus on in the coming year and every year I end up with a long list that never gets completed.
And why? Because like other busy people, I have goals for many areas of my life and I sprinkle my energy over them much as I do when I turn the water sprinkler on in the garden; point, aim and hope for the best.
The Essence of Nostalgia
In my last blog I spoke about what mindfulness means to me and the many different ways we can all find in our day to day lives to experience the moment.
Minding how you are Mindful.
If you are anything like me the very word ‘mindfulness’ might bring you out in a nervous rash and cause your eye to twitch. My fear of not doing something ‘properly’ caused me to shamefully at times dismiss the practice by saying, ‘A daily mindfulness practise? Who on earth has the time?!’