I was in a conversation with a group of people earlier today in which we discussed the concept of reasonable limits. We asked ourselves what it might look like for us to set reasonable limits in various areas of our lives. I smiled ruefully when this topic came up because I know that in my... Continue Reading →
A Spring Clean of the Mind
I always used to say, "don't come to me with a problem unless you are prepared to be a part of the solution." It doesn't mean that you need to have all the answers, it just means you need to be willing to contribute. It's easy to point out the problems and deficiencies of this... Continue Reading →
Decisions: The Tomato Soup Syndrome
Season 4 Episode 1 of the Emergence Podcast Looking at the multitude of choices we are faced with every day.
Accentuate the Positive
Hasn't it been a horrible year? That's certainly how I felt about it when I recently started to reflect on the last twelve months. I lost friends to the pandemic, I nearly lost my mum after a fall, I've been stuck at home for months, and I have nothing to look forward to. I feel... Continue Reading →
We're hearing from experts in the field of psychology and mental health who are warning us of an epidemic that is on the horizon. This isn’t the pandemic. This isn’t an impending third, fourth or even fifth wave. This is a global mental health crisis on a level that we have never seen before, and... Continue Reading →
Letter to Self
Pearls of wisdom I've picked up along the way that I really need to hear. I hope you get something from them too. Letters in Lockdown Podcast S3 E8.
Take Care of You
Keeping it real in lockdown. Letters in Lockdown Podcast S3 E7.
Counting Your Blessings
Counting your blessings: why adopting an attitude of gratitude can lead us to acceptance and peace, even in the darkest of times. Lockdown Podcast 2:2.
The Art of Listening
Crossing the Great Divide How mastering the art of listening can take us one step closer to solving the world's problems. Episode 24 of my Staycation podcast.