Calm: Working through life's daily stresses to find a peaceful centre
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In Quiet, Fearne Cotton explores why so many of us question whether we are, or will ever be, 'good enough'.
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Also looking at parenting stresses and being a ‘worrying mother’, a lot of you will likely relate to these chapters too. Fearne has not written this book because she strolls around with a huge grin on her face feeling care-free, Fearne has written this because the modern day can often make you feeling like you want to escape. His ideas have had a profound impact on many fields-including business, medicine, and politics-but until now, he has never brought togeth.Sam loves the scent and often comments on how calming it can feel for him too, even though he’s not the one wearing it. For those of you who don’t know who Fearne Cotton is, she’s an entertainer/presenter/radio presenter.
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She also advocates for embracing all emotions and instead of brushing the negative ones aside and she covers accepting mistakes and life lessons and moving on from regret. The study commissioned by Samsung (for the newly launched Galaxy A54 5G) found over half hate having an impromptu photo, as they worry it will capture their ‘bad side’.At times while working, she says, she ‘just sort of put this suit of armour on and did it’, but having established her podcast, she has slowly learnt acceptance and discovered how to cope with her mental health battle – something she is still doing. I really enjoy wearing this scent and I can often smell it on my day clothes after I’ve finished work for the day. I particularly appreciated the way in which Fearne speaks about looking after our bodies, as something that should be well cared for and even admired for all it is able to do.
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Thoughts in life tend to creep into my mind and I often end up self-sabotaging myself when things are actually really good.Daniel Kahneman, recipient of the Nobel Prize in Economic Sciences for his seminal work in psychology challenging the rational model of judgment and decision making, is one of the world's most important thinkers.