Oh why is it so much easier to see what other's need to do than it is to apply it to ourselves?! In a recent coaching conversation we were discussing the benefits of journalling and creating an end to the day. My client was thrilled with the difference journalling had made to her life. No … Continue reading Learning to practice what I preach!
To say 2016 was an "interesting" year is perhaps an understatement!! Celebrity deaths, terror attacks in Europe, Brexit, American elections and of course the disappointing performances of the English football team! However in the midst of that we also had so much to celebrate, the Queen turning 90, a great Olympic Games, Tim Peake in space … Continue reading Goodbye 2016
Yesterday evening I started writing a post about Turbulence. It began... When you're 40,000ft in the air it's easy to forget about the law of gravity. The routine of the air stewards announcements, the in-flight entertainment and even the refreshments are all designed to help you relax and enjoy the ride. Enjoy, that is, until you … Continue reading Turbulence
How easy is it to give children the gift of happily married parents?
Sometimes in life the simplest solution is switch it off and on again
To buy a dining room table before we had a home was irrational but it's brought so much value to our family.
All day I've been mulling over ideas for today's blog post. All day that is, until I heard the news about Jo Cox MP. A brilliantly talented woman who believed in the power of politics to bring about change and help those without a voice. Having previously worked as a Charity campaigner and an Aid Worker, she … Continue reading United against hate