TO be truly ‘sassy’ you need to know who you are and what you’re all about. Because let’s face it, when we’re uncertain about what makes us truly tick, it’s hard for us to be at our best and realise our full potential! In part three of my ‘Get Sassy!’ series, the very lovely Rachael Hibberd from Instinctive Health provides some brilliant advice on how to get to know yourself
THE winner of the sassy ‘fight the fear’ workshop place is…. *drum roll* ‘Jonesy’! Well done Jonesy, I will be in touch shortly with all the details about how to claim your prize. Nicky and I both hope that the workshop really does help you to find the courage to make those necessary changes in your life. Enjoy the workshop and let us know how you get on! Finally, a huge thank
THE world would be a much lovelier place if we all did something nice for each other, every now and then, don’t you think? So why not make a little effort today and make a stranger’s day by surprising them with a thoughtful gesture. Stuck for ideas? Fret not my pretties! Here are five easy peasy ways to cheer up someone you don’t even know. * Smile ‘A smile costs nothing
A WHILE ago I wrote a piece on why it was time for us ladies to get sassy! If you missed it you can catch it here. The post really seemed to ‘speak’ to many of you so I thought it was about time we got the ball rolling with some sass tips! (And a competition! See bottom of post for info.) First up, are some tips on being bold
IF you had to describe yourself in one word, what would it be? Think about it. It’s pretty tough isn’t it? How about choosing one word that you aspire to be? Struggling? Well dear friends, let me help. Here’s one word that I think we should all aim to be. One word that I love and aim to be more of, every single day. Ladies, it’s time to get SASSY.
EARLIER this week I read something which made me feel completely and utterly sad. And it was this… On Twitter I came across a link to an article which featured a number of tweets from women saying how they’d happily take a beating from R&B performer Chris Brown, if only they were so ‘lucky’ to ‘have’ him. It saddened me on many levels but mainly because a) these women have