The Orange


The Orange At lunchtime I bought a huge orangeThe size of it made us all laugh.I peeled it and shared it with Robert and Dave They got quarters and I had a half. And that orange, it made me so happy,As ordinary things often doJust lately. The shopping. A walk in the park.This is peace […]

Embracing the Journey

Lessons from Pilgrimage: Camino de Santiago Pilgrims have embarked on journeys along the Camino de Santiago for over a thousand years. But, aside from knowing it was on my mum’s bucket list, I didn’t know much about it until a couple of weeks ago. If you haven’t been, it’s a journey I’d wholeheartedly recommend. Not […]

On releasing control of our thoughts.

Why it’s not helpful to believe our thoughts It’s nice to believe we have control over our lives. But how much “control” do we actually have? Like most of us, I enjoy having things to look forward to. And with a rich (/busy) work schedule, planning creates space for moments of rest. Our plans and […]

Human Connection Matters

Maybe it’s not the quality of your sleep that’s making you tired. Maybe it’s not the food you’re eating. Perhaps you’ve grown tired of overconsumption of information and watching other people’s lives on social media. Perhaps metabolising all of it is draining your energy. We consume so much more than the food we eat. It […]

How to Focus: Managing Your Attention

Are you paying enough attention to what are you consuming?

By taking a step back and implementing some strategic tools it is possible to feel more in control of your time and energy. There really is nothing more important – what each of us attends to moment by moment becomes our reality.

Digital Wellbeing

  Before we talk about what digital wellbeing is, first, let’s talk about what it is not; It’s not taking ten days offline, meditating in an ashram. It’s not removing yourself from social media networks. And it’s definitely not a mass technology ban. Digital wellbeing, simply put, is feeling well, while connected (digitally). Our digital […]

Growth Mindset

As we reflect on the past 12 months and look toward a new year, which will undoubtedly bring situations that will challenge us, we know there are difficult times ahead.

How Can We Deal With Stress More Effectively?