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What blog ideas do you have for me?

September 21st, 2015

Today, I have not treated any clients.

At the advice of one of my mentors, I took the day out to write blogs and newsletters and to have the confidence to publish more about my thoughts, ideas, knowledge, skills and experiences.

When I empower my clients to change their beliefs and to take on their world, I often progress to a ‘what if’ analysis.  I have had to do this myself with writing about the above and below.  Instead of thinking ‘what if people disagree with what I write’, I have altered my thinking to ‘what if people love what I write, fully engage with me and I help people’.

Now, that’s a better ‘what if’ isn’t it?

 

In essence, I had so many notes but not many full written articles. With so much to work with, I have decided to publish a number of inter-linked themes such as food for mood, benefits of my favourite aromatherapy oils, things to do with aromatherapy oils, what is and how to manage and reduce stress, depression, tension and anxiety, and how workplace stress can be reduced.  I would also like to post based on titles of Mindful Mondays, Tuesday Tips, Wellness Wednesdays, Thoughtful Thursdays, Feel good Fridays, Saturday Stretches and Stress-free Sundays.

What do you think?

Am I on the write path?

Please let me know by commenting below, or letting me know on Twitter @plumessence or Facebook PlumEssenceTherapies

Thank you

8 Responses to “What blog ideas do you have for me?”

  1. All sounds good Tracey 🙂

  2. This sounds fab Tracey, loving your ideas especially the daily titles and food for mood…interesting!
    Don’t like all the other words though…stress, tension, anxiety etc..what’s their opposite? Don’t dwell on the problems…move into the counter-parts. Eg – if you think you are stressed how about I share with you a great way to actually feel on top of the world instead?

    Hope that helps,
    Jayne xx <3

    • It does help Jayne, thank you. I have altered the wording slightly. I had to think of words that people type and look for. For instance, ‘stress’ would include my thoughts on the subject, my own experiences, how it’s caused, the ripple effect on other areas on your life, how it can be reduced and how it can be managed. These would be number of separate but inter-linking posts. I like the idea of your subject titles, thank you. 🙂

  3. Karin says:

    Love the food for mood idea.

    Stress busting ideas would be good

    Keep smiling – as always you are doing a great job

  4. Gail Cunningham says:

    All sounds fab Hun, really need to do what we spoke about at my last therapy/treatment session.
    Love everything you’ve got on your blog.
    Look forward to seeing you soon x

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