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My First Blog!

Updated: Jul 6, 2020

This is my first ever blog as I launch my coaching website.

Who am I? And how did I become the me I am now?


Four years ago I separated from my husband. I felt lost, scared and lonely.

I knew though that I had to make a new normal for myself and my two daughters.

I embarked on my journey of personal development. Everyday I practise something that will increase my development. I have learnt that small actions everyday have resulted in wins.

Where I once didn't even know if I wanted tea or coffee when asked, I now have a clear vision of my life. I believe the magic happens everyday, starting with my morning routine.

  • 6am Stretch and rise

  • Breakfast and coffee

  • Gratitude journal and big dream journal

  • Positive affirmations

  • Guided meditation

My routine sets me up for my day ahead and I feel clearer and calmer in situations. It has an element of flexibility, in case I am interrupted or I need something different. This is essential.

My needs constantly changing so reviews are necessary.


Change is the only constant.


Finding myself has been the most important part in this journey. Ridding myself of negative people and only surrounding myself with positivity. Finding my tribe, priceless.


Who are the 5 people you surround yourself with?


Have you found your tribe?


The ripple effect of the changes in me has been phenomenal. My family, friends, anyone who comes into contact with me. I am more me than I have ever been in my whole life.


The one promise I have made myself is that I will always be working on me. To be the best version of me I can be.

#coaching #lindaarcher #lindaarchercoaching

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