Our brains are not wired for happiness, they’re wired for survival. 
As a result, we tend to focus on the negative, assuming the worst.
And when we do pursue happiness, we often look in the wrong places.
Fortunately, help is at hand. Proven strategies for cultivating happiness.


Do you ever stop, and reflect on your life? 

Perhaps you already take time: to reflect, to journal, to meditate, to examine your values and move towards what is meaningful for you. 

Or perhaps it sounds a little scary to stop and think about your life (more reason to do it!). 

We have one life. We get pulled in many different directions: by the expectations of our family, our work, our society. And our brains work against us too. Finally, we face the constant treadmill of daily ‘to-do list’ demands. 

There’s hardly time to breath! 

As we rush through life, distracted, our brains are wired to help us survive.
It’s very natural for us to focus on the negative, to assume the worst.
And when we do pursue what is meaningful, we often look in the wrong places.
As a result, we get lost and overwhelmed again by daily demands.

Why not take a little time to focus on your own happiness? 

Take some time to step back. To explore what makes you truly happy (and what doesn’t!). It’s a powerful way to understand yourself, the life you want to live, and what you have to offer the world. And with a little help, you can move towards these opportunities in your life. 

Let’s talk. I’m a certified coach, and an advocate for the habits of happiness. And I currently work in a full-time learning and development role. So, when we talk, I’ll be with you my own time, no charge.

What you’ll get from me:

  • Dedicated time and attention focused on what’s important to you.
  • Thought provoking questions, to help you explore your options.
  • Personalized recommendations to help you move forward.