5 tips for avoiding seasonal whelm

We are cantering towards the end of the loooooongest year in the history of forever. For many people the joy of Christmas and all the normality it promises can’t come soon enough. In a dazzling display of “We’re OKAY”ness, I’ve seen more lightup Snowmen, LED Reindeer...
Spelunking

Spelunking

Spelunking A client of mine introduced me to the word. It’s a good one huh? Take a guess, what do you think it means? We Brits don’t often hear it over here – instead I think it’s called ‘pot holing’ which sounds like the least romantic  way to...
Nice to Do vs Need to Do

Nice to Do vs Need to Do

Working from home? Running a bajillion projects? Kids on the scene too? Other relatives to care for? Or even a particularly needy cat? Okay, so here’s a rule of thumb that you may well need in your life: “Nice to do, Need to do”. In medicine it’s called Triage....
Odd School

Odd School

How are you my love? In this brave new world of isolating, cocooning, distancing and working from home, there’s a whole world of ‘new’ to get our heads around huh?!? I’ve been watching my 6 year old as she tries to wrap her head around it all – there’s certainly...
Ways to feel more spacious

Ways to feel more spacious

Hey loves! Ahhh these are very different times for many of us. It’s well into week two of distancing here, and at times it feels as though the walls are closing in. Cabin fever is amongst us. As Glennon Doyle puts it in this post here- It’s getting chippy. But what to...