As dark days set in and the colour drains from our communities, is it a sign of things to come? Once again we're in lockdown. The rules are becoming stricter, and people's wellbeing is bound to take a tumble, especially as the last time we had lockdown we had sun and blue skies to see… Continue reading Sign of the Times
Masks. Who's right? Who's wrong? Who cares? We're in the middle of a pandemic. Has anybody realised that? The world is still in madness, especially here in the UK. Nobody seems to really know whether they should stay in but go out, go out but stay in; keep a distance of two metres unless you… Continue reading Masked Choices
Our children and young people are back at school with a huge benefit to their education and rebuilding of their relationships, but what effect is it having on their wellbeing, and what about those who care for them?
People need to reconnect properly. Having recently run workshops where this was a key message throughout, the point was made even more on this morning's morning walk.
AKA Death of a Family Car AKA Trying to Survive Buying a New Car.
A question mark? I'm kidding, right? Happy New Year should be met with a full stop or better still, an exclamation mark...or should it? The festive season isn't festive for everyone, although I hope wherever you're reading this, you found a period of peace and time to reflect on the year. I've spent a week… Continue reading Happy New Year?
What's our purpose? Do we have one? Does it really matter? There's been various articles and blogs I've seen recently that have focused on 'finding your purpose', but what does it all mean and why are we worrying about it all? I can't figure it out and I'm not laying claim to knowing the answer… Continue reading Purposeful Purpose?
It can be one of the hardest things in the world to talk to others, especially in this age of screen staring, but talking is one of the most basic forms of communication that we can't afford to lose. It's been well documented on my blogs many times about my journey through the world of… Continue reading Just Talk
May. It signals that a third of the year has passed, we should be settled and know, within reason, how the year will pan out, and yet, for some, this month will be the worst of their lives.
Never underestimate the benefit and power of your support networks. Whatever your current state of health, both physical and mental, the importance of reliable human contact cannot be underestimated. The same is true of business. It's virtually a year to the day when I took the bold move of quitting my job on health grounds… Continue reading Recovery is everybody’s business