What’s your thing? – Comedy, parenting and feminism with Susan Earl
You might know Susan Earl from her roles in Red Dwarf, So Awkward, Reggie Perrin or as Christopher Dean’s mum in the Christmas special of Torvill and Dean. She is a comedian, actress, writer, single mother and my friend.
We first met over chamomile tea in the Greek Pelion where we were both slighty stressed … Read more
What’s your thing? – Podcast with Dorota Owen about magic, community and manisfestation.
This is a conversation with Dorota Owen about community, magic and manifestation.
I met Dorota Owen when I took my first holiday as a single parent. She was there with her three children and remains today one of the best facilitators I have evern had the fortune of being with.
She oozed glamour and wove … Read more
What’s your thing? – Podcast with Ruth Cato – Shamanism
A friend introduced me to Ruth Cato’s work and I booked twice to attend a shamanic dreaming and drumming event, but was thwarted once by snow, again by flood and then, of course, by pandemic. Or not. Instead we did a shamanic session over Zoom…very new age and new tech!
I’ll let Ruth explain what … Read more
What’s your thing? – Podcast with Gemma Hargreaves about paddling in the moonlight
I work with Gemma. She is good at her job. And quiet. She doesn’t brag about the fact that she gets up in the dark to paddle (kayak) along the canal in the dark, even when she is terrified.
I wanted to have a conversation with Gemma for my podcast because I find her inspiring.
A New Year Reflective Coaching Activity for you (and yours)
This is what I would have done had we been together…
All you need is a pen and paper.
You can do this as a group of friends or family or alone.
Don’t be scared to press pause, take your time, come back to it, do it over a number of days, ignore bits, do … Read more
What’s Your Thing – Podcast – Quakerism and the way it changes the world silently
I’ve known Liz since she moved in across the road when my first child was a baby. She appeared at a time when I was a single parent and working, without family support close by. I had amazing friends, but Liz was my mother figure, arriving two years after my much loved and still missed … Read more