Covid and Change
I sent out a survey via LinkedIn and my Facebook groups and friends and there were 56 replies. Everyone filled in all 3 questions in differing amount of details. The replies were anonymous. The sample is not representative of the population as replies came from my own networks. I didn’t ask for information … Read more
Let’s talk about anti-depressants
I’ve posted a surveymonkey asking people about their use of anti-depressants on social media this week to find out how long people use them for and how they feel about it.
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‘Anti-depressants – Have you taken them or are you taking them? Would you complete the anonymous survey in the link below as so many
I’ve written about gratitude before, just after youngest son had broken his arm.
Since then I’ve understood more and more the biology of gratitude, but also I’ve built up a bank of gratitude tools which I use.
John Milton (Poet) once said, “Gratitude bestows reverence, allowing us to encounter everyday epiphanies, those transcendent moments of … Read more
Wow! It’s been hot here in Wales…the sun has been out, we’ve slept with the windows open and I’ve been river swimming a few times.
I was brought up by a sun-worshiper. Mum loved it. Any chance she got, she was in the back garden soaking it up. We did know about sun … Read more
How’s your diet?
How’s your diet?
Is this another blog about clean food? Calories? Paleo? Green days, red days?
I’m in no way qualified to comment and find all the different types of diet way too time consuming to even understand, let alone undertake. I just do not have the energy for it and was also lucky … Read more
Yesterday was the summer solstice; the longest day of the year and the shortest night. Increasingly I’m aware of the nature’s seasons and wanting to connect with them and so took some time to mark festival that pagans refer to as Litha. In more ancient cultures, the solstice was a time to … Read more