On this week’s episode of NationalWorld’s personal development podcast, The Reset Room, you’ll find out how to stay motivated for winter and if you need, how to prepare for spending more time with family and the inevitable stresses that can come with the festive season.
I’m joined by resident experts in life coaching Amana Walker and Kay Woodburn to share their tips on how to beat the winter blues.
Kay has some great advice when it comes to using our time in the evening more productively and tips that will have you springing out of bed in the morning regardless of the dark mornings or bad weather.
If you’re anticipating some anxiety around family time in the coming festive season Amana advises us that perfection isn’t realistic and you need to delegate if you’re under pressure to entertain. She also talks us through what to do if things aren’t as picture perfect as the Christmas ads would like us to think they should be.
To get yourself fully prepared for the winter ahead, join Kelly, Kay and Amana for this episode which is the last in the current series of The Reset Room. Series two will return in the new year with more tools to help you on your journey to fulfilment.
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The Reset Room is a Laudable production, hosted and produced by Kelly Crichton.
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