A ski lesson…

We’re in Cervinia, a small Italian village in the Alps bordering Switzerland, with the recognisable Matterhorn in the distance. A perfect family skiing destination. I’d not been skiing for five years, but after day one had found my ski legs return relatively quickly – muscle memory really is quite phenomenal. Fast forward to day five,…

Three reasons to go outside

A Stanford led study finds quatifiable evidence that walking in nature could lead to a lower risk of depression. Here are our reasons for going outside. Connection “Working at home means I can go days without seeing people. I make a point of going out everyday to stay connected to the world. I smile and…

Can meditation help you sleep better?

Following World Sleep Day earlier this month and the coming change of clocks this Sunday March 31 – which tends to throw everyone’s sleep patterns out for a while – I answer a few questions about if and how meditation can help improve your sleep. 1. Is there any research to back up the link…

Ever feel like an imposter? This will help

“I have written eleven books, but each time I think, ‘uh oh, they’re going to find out now.  I’ve run a game on everybody, and they’re going to find me out.’” — Maya Angelou Do you ever wish you could express yourself with unabashed confidence? Maybe you hold yourself back because you worry what people…

Will your career change ever happen?

Midway through your quest for a new career, you’ve lost heart, run out of ideas and energy, and completely lost your way. How can you regain your direction, self-belief and ingenuity in creating your ideal working life? I know only too well that it can certainly be a long and twisty road to achieve career…

How to practice mindful eating

In a previous article, The power of mindful eating, I explained what Mindful Eating is and why it’s really rather good, but the question I get asked is how to eat mindfully – what does Mindful Eating actually look like in practice? There are four key steps to Mindful Eating and when applied to food, they…

A simple lesson

What would you do if you had seven hours in a car alone? Having done this today I can answer this…you think a lot. It all started like this. Last week I was offered the chance to attend a workshop in London today. In Norfolk at the time my first thought was “I will go…

What if it were easy?

Would you do it? Would you step up to the mic and tell EVERYONE your big dream. You know, the one that you don’t tell anyone, because you feel if you said it out aloud it would sound silly, grandiose or bonkers. What would you need from me to help you say it, to tell…