In today’s society where over a third of Australian girls are dissatisfied with their bodies at the age of four, it’s important that we start building resilience and investing in empowering our girls to be body confident, which is why we feel it’s important to discuss how body confidence in young girls starts at home.Continue reading →
Lifestyle tips for professional women on Health & Wellness, Work-Life Balance, Relationships, Parenting and Personal Finance.
Having some extended time at home? Staying focused, with activities that matter, will keep your mind active and stretch yourself mentally. Here are productive things to do from home:Continue reading →
At Leaders in Heels we don’t believe in the mindset of ‘New Year New You’. You’re already a pretty incredible person, who contributes so much to the world and those around you in your own unique way! However, we do love thinking of the start of the year as a friendly prompt or reminder that encourages us to reflect on what we’re most proud of to date and how we can better utilise our existing skills. We like to refresh and consider where we want to be and how to get there efficiently using our strengths and identifying growth areas. So, with this in mind, here is our tried and tested (traditionally unconventional) guide on how to plan your year.Continue reading →
What is success? How is it created? What if the success that’s possible for you and your life is different than what anyone else can have or choose? Can migrating to a foreign country enhance your success in life?Continue reading →
What success traits do Sheryl Sandberg and Arianna Huffington have in common? These leaders know their priorities and don’t sacrifice proper sleep for productivity. Here are the six simple sleep habits and facts of successful leaders which you can easily implement in your daily life. As a bonus, positive sleep hygiene has benefits for your mental health as well!Continue reading →
Do you ever feel that you give up yourself in order to give other things your all? When I became a parent, I already had deeply established ideas and values about parenting, none of which included prioritising my own health and wellbeing. I quickly realised that this approach wasn’t working. When I excluded my own needs, my relationship with my son and my work suffered as a result. I knew it was time for new strategies to stop me from being worn down by my responsibilities. The following habits allowed me to have a balance between my parenting and work life.Continue reading →