Time for self reflection has been evidential during Lockdown, where we have been confined to our homes, counties and countries and today - as my mind decided it would like to escape the cloudy skies hovering above my house in Essex. I began to flick through some documents in my office with an idea to … Continue reading Healthy Ageing – Flourishing Over 50
Are you like me and long for the moment you can travel again? As I sit here thinking about what I want and need from a destination when we are finally able to travel out of the UK, my mind turns immediately to Thailand - the love I have for the country (now). I didn't … Continue reading Oh The Places You Shall Go!
Who knew that it would all start with a small glass of red wine, over a family dinner, at the end of a working week. That looking at my husband as he slurred his words, so unusual for him, would be the signal for our little family to be assaulted by Covid-19. Initially, I simply … Continue reading Side Swiped By Covid -19 Pneumonia and Surviving
I was thinking about this subject this morning. Some people I know are enjoying the time spent at home - they've brought their work into the place they love to be most, their family are home and they enjoy spending time with themselves indoors. Someone said to me 'I like my own company, so being … Continue reading Why Is Relaxation Fearful For Some During Our Global Crisis
Do you feel pressured to exercise in your life. Do you think that you need to commit to only one form of exercise to get fit. Do you use intuitive exercise to enable you to fulfil your personal needs rather than an external goal. Do you adapt your exercise to suit your requirements so there … Continue reading Do You Incorporate Intuitive Exercise Into Your Life
As the rain came down that day, I decided the best way to walk from town to home was bare footed and through the puddles. Now this may not be everybody's choice and I know there were people who looked at me as if I were a little bit crazy. (And maybe that's a good … Continue reading Go Wild & Barefoot to Stay Grounded & Increase Wellbeing
It's been a tough 3 months on our relationship... Getting up at 5am, catching the train into London, working a full day in a Rehab with a focus on addiction but one which also deals with stress, burnout & recovery. The intense focus needed to engage and work effectively with clients during the day, combined … Continue reading Fulfilling Our Relationship Goals in the Lake District
One of the things which I'm a great believer in, is how we can change our own mental state through travel. It is one of the easiest and most fulfilling ways to create a connection inside us, with something greater than what we are. It allows us to develop and grow personally and as experiential, … Continue reading Changing States Through Travel
As I travelled, I began to develop a sense of wellbeing through a process of peak/flow moments. I consistently felt like an iridescent bubble, gently floating about an inch above the ground, as we travelled across the burnt umber, tundra of the australian outback. It hadn't taken me long to fully and consciously realise I … Continue reading Why Focus On What Makes You Well, Whilst dealing With What’s Made You Ill.
One of the things which I have learned as I walked the path which has finally brought me to Wellbeing. Is the importance of happiness: Happiness is not something which just happens - it is an art to be created and defined It requires dedication, patience and perserverence It needs the development of inner listening. … Continue reading 10 Tips on Developing Happiness in Everyday Living