Four years after moving into my house, I finally found the perfect frame. I found it because I actually allowed myself the time to look for it. My first experience of working with Selina Barker led me to make some small aesthetic changes to my house. It had been on my list since I’d moved in. I had the idea, I had the materials but I’d never got round to actually doing it. This may seem a frivolous anecdote and in some ways, that’s the point. The small things can have a massive effect. By finally giving myself permission to do something I’d wanted to do (and scheduling time to do it) the floodgates began to open for bigger, and slightly more significant, changes.
Selina Barker is the original Life Design coach and a co-founder of Project Love. In this conversation we cover topics including the journey to freedom and what it feels like at first, the importance of learning and growing, how we can benefit from collaborating and why we need to fill our lives with love.
It’s a long one, but a good one and worth diving in to understand how you can design a life you love.
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3 thoughts on “I could never…create a life I LOVE”
Great interview – so many interesting areas discussed. My two stand out points are about making an effort to focus on home life and relationships from time to time, and to accept (embrace?!) the discomfort that comes with striking out on your own. F
Those are great highlights. This discomfort is interesting – you need to sit with things for a while to understand whether they’re truly uncomfortable, or “new and different”and may need a little getting used to
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Very true! But hard to do.