Work-Life Balance: How To Restore The Equilibrium

One of the biggest challenges people tell me they face is finding a work-life balance. As a parent to a three-year-old, and as a fiercely independent person, I can certainly see the struggle in my own life. So I thought I’d share the secrets that have helped me grow a business while staying sane(-ish).Here’s the first thing you need to know: you don’t have a work-life balance problem. Onwards! -> Onwards! ->

August 2016 Wrap Up

Here's what happened on the HowToGYST site, YouTube channel, and at home in August 2016

August 2016 was very much an unusual month here at home. Sam was away for the first half, I was invigilating the law exams for the second half, and Scout and I took a week’s holidays with my family. So yeah, in the whole month, we didn’t have a single “regular” week.Let’s have a look at the site and stats first to see if there was anything “regular” there. Onwards! -> Onwards! ->

Today is Day One

Today is Day One of whatever you. Read on... howtogyst.com/day-one

So often I hear people talk about their big goals and dreams, only for them to dismiss them in the very next breath.After all, lofty ideas are for people with lots of time and even more money. They’re for those more skilled, successful, driven, confident, and talented. Right?So we dream amongst the stars but still we stay upon the soil.But every so often, one of us steps forward and spreads our wings. Today, it’s your turn. Onwards! -> Onwards! ->

A Simple Goal-Setting Exercise When You Don’t Know Where To Start

When it comes to goals, what happens when the hardest part isn’t getting started, it’s not even knowing where to start? Here's a simple exercise to help.

We’ve talked about how to set goals and the best way to achieve them, but what happens when you can’t seem to come up with good goals for yourself at all? What happens when the hardest part isn’t getting started, it’s not even knowing where to start?Thankfully, there’s a simple exercise you can do when you’re having problems locating the starting line. (And hey, I’ve provided a free printable for it too.) Onwards! -> Onwards! ->