Julie SpencerAmbassador and Learning Support Assistant, Psychologies Magazine
- Psychologies Magazine
- United Kingdom
About Julie Spencer
Proud Ambassador for Psychologies Magazine. The magazine encapsulates many of my core values: being kind, have compassion, look after your health and wellbeing, be professional and be supportive of others. A little self belief can go a long way. I have studied as a mature student. I went into a writing frenzy and spent 3 years writing in solitude. I was a stay at home mum, too. What I learned: being alone for long periods of time is bad for your health and wellbeing. Thanks to a little nudge from Psychologies Magazine I am reconnecting and rebuilding my C.V. I'm a creative. I have lots of ideas and I need to constantly realign my focus onto one project at a time. Until recently I had a real fear for public speaking, but after reading a book that suggested I acknowledge my fears and challenge them anyway; with the support of the Psychologies community and more I'm working through my fears one blog at a time.
Excellent timing with this. I will attempt to use it in my daily practice. Thank you.
Fabulous website. xx
Hi, thanks for this. After a year of consolidating and decluttering the old in 2018, I decided to follow your steps today, and it appears that my Life Leap dream Goal is to become a 'Presenter' ...
Hi, this sounds like a lovely idea, so I tried to follow the links. However, I was only able to find Error 404 pages. Maybe it is just me, but I wanted to give you a heads up if it wasn't. Send...
Loved this! Jane talks a lot of sense. Thank you.
Your opening lines say it all, it is in the first breath that we are aware of a new life, but within every breath that becomes a normal day to day function, a normality, we often forget that eve...
I guess, trusting our instincts and keep putting one step in the front of another - keep moving forward, although on some occasions we might be found running, let us make sure we are running in ...
What an absolutely breath-taking blog. I agree, the NHS is trying it's best, but just maybe with a little self-care and compassion it could be so much better.