My husband and I love going away for weekends. Sometimes we will go to a familiar place, and sometimes we go somewhere new. But we love getting away, spending time together and taking time out. Some time ago we went
Many years ago, in the U.K., I used to listen to Radio 2. I know, not the trendiest radio station, but I loved it. In the mornings they used to have a two minute slot called Thought for the Day.
The idea of a Board of Directors is not new. Indeed, I love the work of Artie Wu Preside Meditation) , who teaches about a BoD running your life, often in relation to younger versions of yourself. He talks
mBraining in Healthcare I have spent 30 years working in and around healthcare. I am passionate about serving patients in the best possible way, whilst also caring for the staff who care. I have been horrified at some
Stress and its effect on life (and coming through it). Stress…a word we use a lot in our society today, maybe perceived to be being overused in some contexts, yet in others not expressed out loud at all because it
I don’t know about you but I have some awesome friends and contacts and from time to time I get sent inspirational stories and helpful affirmations. Sometime I have a quick glance and then delete the email, or skip over
Is that a familiar saying? What about ‘oh, that’s just how I am’ We used to think that the brain and the structure within brains (neurones) was pretty fixed. If any area of the brain or nervous system got damaged,
Can we influence healing and pain reduction? I have recently had what is described as major surgery. I was advised it would take significant recovery time and would be very painful. Now, as tempted as I am to talk about