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5 quick fixes to feel At Ease this Christmas Season

Christmas Season, woohoo, it’s finally here! I, especially, love the start of this season. The excitement, the decoration, the baking and Christmas music. In our household, it all kicks off on Dec 1st. It's all so nice and joyful. But let’s be honest, this special season, as joyful and merry as we (want to) make… Continue reading 5 quick fixes to feel At Ease this Christmas Season

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Expectations – not always easy  

Expectations are a strong belief that something will be the case, happen or that we are looking forward to something. And if we think about it , we all have them in almost everything; the small and the big things in life; in others and in ourselves - a holiday, the weather, friends, how a… Continue reading Expectations – not always easy  

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Same same but always different 

As I walk the streets these days, the sound of “ritsch-ratsch” comes out of open windows, moving trucks are parked around many corners. A clear sign that summer holidays are about to start - and so does moving time for many. With 16 years on the go, summer time is kind of “same - same… Continue reading Same same but always different 

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Book – Playing Big by Tara Mohr

Book review take away. Similar reasons may lead us to this book but we are all coming from a different angle, a different background and we will connect to it in a different way. Therefore, rather then writing what I liked or didn't like (*), I'll share a few points that inspired me, while reading… Continue reading Book – Playing Big by Tara Mohr

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Dare to ask & deal with feedback

A few weeks ago I posted this picture on the At Ease Facebook page. This truly was a big lesson I took on for myself last year. For some this may sound minor but to me and I believe many others it is something that takes us fully out of our comfort zone. Why is… Continue reading Dare to ask & deal with feedback