I’m Beth, the Founder and
among other things,
I have four strong beliefs
Fun is the best tonic.
There’s not much it can’t solve. Since laughter strengthens your immune system, boosts your mood, diminishes pain, and protects you from the damaging effects of stress – fun truly is medicine.
There is power in just being you.
Only until we understand and accept who we truly are, will we enjoy life to its full potential and be unapologetic about it.
Kindness can change worlds.
We all have the power to make change for the better – not just for ourselves but for the planet and all who live on it.
Bravery is a way of life.
If you want something in life, sometimes you have prepare to be uncomfortable for a little while in order to make it happen. But this courage can make dreams come true.
Regarding Life aka Re:life is your toolkit for brave living.
The idea was born out of the bl*ody hard work it takes to reach the above realisations and the desire to make a difference and share all the good stuff so you can cut straight to the best bit.
I want to help you get your sh*t together, start being kind to yourself and start doing things for YOU. And without apology.
What to expect:
A kickass podcast
Game changing classes, coaching and communities
Ya ready? Buckle up.
How it came about
As my knowledge grew and my focus on protecting the planet, nature, wildlife and the environment strengthened (thanks Covid-19), I knew I had to use my expertise and know-how to make a difference.
Re:life is an initiative that uses all my experience and passions for good, to and change your world, the world for the better. Go big or go home, right?
I was also a
bit lot sick of the fake billionaires telling you what to do with your life (y’know those annoying intrusive videos on YouTube?), I was tired of wishing and not living, hurt by the lack of kindness in the world and bored by my own excuses.
I was living a life and being a person that actually, wasn’t me at all.
I started to place courage over comfort.
Throughout my life so far I’ve found myself saying that I wish I could do certain things, be a certain way, achieve a certain milestone:
- I want to be a morning person.
- I’d love to be one of those people who went to the gym.
- I wish I didn’t have to work so late.
- I want to see my kids more.
- I want to be healthier.
- I want to change the world.
Then one day I asked myself, ‘well why the f*ck can’t I then?’
I chose to turn my wishes into goals and created a new narrative for my life:
- I am a morning person (albeit moreso after coffee).
- I love how going to the gym makes me feel.
- I am going to ask for what I need in my career.
- My kids are my priority.
- Being healthy boosts my energy.
- I’m here to change the world.
Changing the story I was telling myself changed my mindset and my actions and helped me move toward what I truly wanted in life.
Add a dose of grit and sh*t ton of determination and I’m now more fulfilled than ever.
Don’t get me wrong, I read a bunch of stuff similar to this and thought, ‘yeah, whatever love – easy for you to say’, and was always unconvinced by the yacht-sailing, champagne-guzzling, six figure-turning lives these people apparently all led. Whatevs.
I’m not that.
My approach isn’t about that.
I’m still learning but that’s the way it should be.
My approach Re:life is about unbecoming everything you’re not, identifying what you need then having the tits to go out and get it …with some practical solutions to help actually make it happen.
After all, watching someone talk about how they earned a million quid in one month while sunning themselves on a bullsh*t private island isn’t what I consider relatable, nor helpful. Nor true.