While an element of worry is healthy in our lives, it keeps us safe, when worry turns into overthinking, brooding and ruminating, it can get in the way of really enjoying our lives and experiencing ease and contentment in our everyday.

There are proven actions we can take to worry less and enjoy life more. It doesn’t need to involve big, radical changes, scientific research and studies have found methods that everyone can employ to make worrying a healthy, unobtrusive part of life, improve wellbeing and feel greater life satisfaction.

It’s these actions and strategies that I share with you in my online courses. By giving you the knowledge, the reasoning behind it and the tools to implement, I put the power into your own hands to worry less and enjoy life more.

A practical guide to living mindfully

Worry less & enjoy life more with gratitude practice

“Thank you for sharing your knowledge and inspiration. I always look forward to your e-mails. I know there will be something there to increase my happiness and optimism.”
– Shannon

Bloom - free 7 day taster course

Bloom gives you a little taste of my online courses.
In this free course you’ll learn valuable tools to begin your journey to worrying less and enjoying life more.
The week-long course is delivered in seven emails, one a day, and includes challenges, gratitude prompts and a recorded meditation.
You can find out more about Bloom here or sign up for the free course below.

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“I recently signed up to the Bloom course as I felt I needed a reset which is exactly what you provided in a bite size form. And this is what I needed – a daily email reminding me of how to look after myself in order to help others. It felt like personal support helping me through a tough week.”
– Caroline

A Thankful Heart gratitude ecourse

Appreciating the world around us plays a key role in helping us to worry less and enjoy life more. In this three-week course you will learn how to use the power of a daily gratitude practice to boost your positivity and improve your wellbeing. Just a few minutes each day is needed to impact your life for the better, open your eyes to the good around you, worry less and enjoy life more.
This is a self-study course, with the option of an additional coaching session, that begins when you sign up.

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“Since meeting Gabrielle, she has impacted my life in such a positive way, from her brilliant courses, to simply being a great example of living a connected, conscious and contented life and much more in between. I took part in her course ‘A Thankful Heart’ and learnt to look for the positives in everyday life, that you so often forget to notice.
“Gabrielle has also shared lots of techniques and ideas which have not only helped me overcome challenges this past year through stressful times, but have also brought my family closer together. Through uncertain times in the news and media she is conscious to not fuel the fire of worry and instead to share how we can make it through whatever life throws at us with strength and with peace in our hearts.
“What makes Gabrielle truly unique, though, is her kind manner and a way with words that acknowledges feelings without adding to worry, and instead encouraging you to find the best in a situation, and delighting with you when you do. What an inspiration this woman is.”
– Amanda

Be Here Now - A Guide to Living Mindfully

Practising mindfulness has been scientifically proven to reduce feelings of worry and overwhelm, calm the mind and increase the enjoyment and appreciation we feel each day. In this five-week course I’ll show you how to bring mindfulness into your life every day, in practical ways, and by doing so enjoy your relationships, increase your wellbeing, experience greater happiness and feel more contentment in your life.

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“The Be Here Now course has helped me make changes in my day to day life which is helping me cope better with stress. Gabrielle’s emails are easy to follow and enjoyable to read and convey her passion for the subject. Its also been a good introduction to meditation. I’d recommend the course to anyone looking to live more mindfully.”
– Joanna