16 Days of Action to Stop Violence Against Women

Go Orange as part of the 16 Days of Action! From 25 November – the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women – to 10 December, Human Rights Day – the 16 Days of Action against Gender-Based Violence Campaign is a time to make a stand to end violence against women and girlsContinue reading “16 Days of Action to Stop Violence Against Women”

International Women’s Day: Be Bold for Change

It’s International Women’s Day and the theme this year is Be Bold for Change.  As a Women’s Advocate and qualified Therapist I raise awareness of issues which predominantly affect women, like Domestic Abuse and Pregnancy Mental Health.  As part of this year’s campaign, I’m asking if people will wear something bold in the name ofContinue reading “International Women’s Day: Be Bold for Change”

Monday Mojo: Feel-Good Motivation for the Week Ahead

Starting Monday 6th March 2017 my Helping You Sparkle™ website and social media pages  offer weekly motivation for the week ahead. Given the name “Monday Mojo” there will be a post to Facebook, Twitter and Instagram with a suggested goal, focus or positive intention for the next seven days. Designed to help you sparkle – orContinue reading “Monday Mojo: Feel-Good Motivation for the Week Ahead”

The Big Day is nearly here – looking back and looking forward  

If you were wondering why it was a bit quiet on the roads this morning, it’s because everyone was in the supermarket I went to first thing. And I do mean everyone.  There’s something about this time of year which sends a lot of people a bit…well…frenzied.  It’s an exciting time for many but someContinue reading “The Big Day is nearly here – looking back and looking forward  “

A conversation that matters: World Mental Health Day

On Monday 10th October, I will be starting a conversation on my Twitter and Helping You Sparkle™ Facebook page about mental health and, in particular, the role of spirituality in mental health.  There are lots of different reasons why we suffer with poor mental health, relationships (including Domestic Abuse) and poor sleep to name just two.  In 2004,Continue reading “A conversation that matters: World Mental Health Day”