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December 10, 2019

I’ve struggled for a long time, being able to talk openly about how I feel, under the “wellbeing” umbrella.  I’m not talking spas, yoga and smoothies, in fact, I get very frustrated when that is all that seems to be listed in the wellbeing section of a publication....

November 30, 2019

I spent yesterday with my dad, loading the wheelbarrow with logs and stacking near the house, ready for the imminent cold snap.  This time two months ago, we weren’t even sure if we’d see his smile or hear his crazy sense of humour ever again.  To be outside with him,...

October 28, 2019

I’ve been off grid this month. My Dads been sick, like, intensive care on a ventilator for weeks kind of sick. I honestly thought we’d lose him. It felt like someone pressed stop on my world. He’s not out of the woods yet, but I’m feeling a bit more human and my brain...

July 31, 2019

I have a really strong memory of my association with failure.  I had read about coasteering, and it sounded fun.  I don’t really do detail, so didn’t see the finer points like, how high you actually are when you jump into the sea off a cliff face... 

“He who i...

June 30, 2019

How many decisions do you make in a day?  How much time do you give to them? 

On any one day, decisions can range from whether to read this article or whether to buy a house and the latter can take so much mental effort.    I’ve written a letter to “big decisions”...

May 31, 2019

It’s the end of May, and I wanted a blog post dated May, so it looks like I am “on top of" this blog stuff.  I checked back through my “proposed titles” and half written articles, and none jumped out at me.  So, this is totally off the cuff.

I just got back fr...

April 24, 2019

It was a couple of my clients recently saying their big changes and shifts in thinking from coaching have been around “control” that sparked this post, so I wrote about what I know about it as a human behaviour.  I hope it’s a helpful view, and keen to hear comments.

He...

March 24, 2019

What a glorious spring day!  I decided to take to my bike.  I am lucky enough to live on the south coast, so a short trip over on the Sandbanks ferry puts me en route to Swanage.  The Purbeck views continue to impress me.  After the climb out of Studland, I sail down i...

December 19, 2018

The end of the year is nigh.  Virtually on your knees, soldiering on, counting down the minutes to the festive break?  The candle wick almost catching itself in the middle from the end of year deadlines and frolics of parties.  Ah the dream on the other side…lay-ins, m...

December 7, 2018

I hope you sang the title like the song?

I’ve written before about where my interest in wellbeing and resilience stems from.  I continue this, as I think my “fall” was avoidable.   I clawed my way back to health, learnt a lot about the topic on the way and set out on a...

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