I can be quite head strong and determined when I want to be and can get a certain amount done without any help. But I know to truly flourish I need the help and support of others.
4 lessons from running which will help any habit stick
During this time of Covid-19 here's 5 ideas for you, and your children, to help you stay sane, and even thrive, during self-isolation.
The idea behind this blog was to give me a place to sharpen my communication skills. To regularly practice putting words together to communicate an idea. To bring hope and encouragement to others as I reflect on my own life and the lessons I've learnt. The discipline to produce 200 words, regardless of how I … Continue reading Writing one more post
As the clock chimes to proudly proclaim the change from one year into the next, it seems as though our brains can't help but join in. In a rush to improve on the previous 12 months we proudly proclaim our New Year's Resolutions... This will be the year when... I resolve to never again... I … Continue reading New Year Resolutions v Daily Choices
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