Listen up and live

Listening, as we all know, is one of the deepest forms of respect. Listening to each other and genuinely being engaged within that conversation should be a consistent behaviour. However, we’re all guilty of not ‘being there’ listening and absorbing both what is being said and what is not being said; that takes 100% attention […]

Approaching The Approach

Well I’m unlikely to be smiling this happily this afternoon as I walk towards the mammogram machine for my annual check to ensure that nothing is happening that shouldn’t be. I know that this is all part of the process to ensure that life returns to a ‘new normal’ but that doesn’t take away the […]

Eat cake and thrive

One of the most ridiculous headlines to feature in the news this week has been this one…… “Dentists call to end workplace cake culture” The BBC were reporting about dentists who have been criticising ‘workplace cake culture’, saying that the sharing of sweet treats in the office is contributing to health problems. The article goes […]

Meet the Superheroes of the (cancer) storm

There are heroes and then there are superheroes. Here are 3 of them. When someone receives a cancer diagnosis, it’s not a singular personal thing. It’s a collective blow. A shared shock. A rabbit in the headlights jump start for the patient and their nearest and dearest. Over the last year or so, it’s become […]

Hygge; the only #lifehack you need

  If you’ve not heard the word Hygge then you’re clearly not part of the in crowd currently. Sorry about that. Hygge- pronounced ‘hue-ga’ actually refers to a feeling, an awareness or a sense. It’s a Danish noun which captures a cultural way of living which incorporates good stuff, things that make people happy (not […]