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Top Tips for building Resilience

Published August 14, 2019 at 10:54 am

Resilience is a word that is branded around so much these days, people often ask me exactly what it is. My simple answer is: Bouncing back! This simple tips may help you to bounce back from the dark days of winter blues and spring you into spring………….   Pain Life can be painful at times, […]

Gardening for Mental Health

Published March 8, 2019 at 12:05 pm

I often share with clients and indeed, on social media sites the importance of ‘getting out there’ to improve mood and mental health. As a lot of you will already know I walk every day, this is mainly to keep my mental health in check, alongside this, I’m a keen gardener and can’t stress the […]

7 Simple Ways to Lift Your mood

Published October 10, 2018 at 11:13 am

  7 simple ways to lift your mood Here are a few ways to help you lift your mood quickly, so whether you are at home or in the office there’s no excuse for not doing them! Go for a walk. It doesn’t need to be a 10 mile hike, it can be a walk […]

The Heat is On

Published July 9, 2018 at 12:19 pm

The heat is on If you are anything like me, you won’t be complaining about the recent heatwave we have been experiencing?  I love being outdoors and love the warmth on my bones as I walk and garden a great deal. However, the heat is impacting on even my motivation to do the long walks […]

Why is walking good for you?

Published February 12, 2018 at 1:27 pm

Why is walking so good for you? Well, for those of you who follow my Facebook page you will see that I have recently  been challenging myself to going up the Wrekin at least twice a week! This is due to a more serious challenge I have set myself for later in the year. This […]

Satisfaction Guaranteed

Published December 4, 2017 at 1:04 pm

Satisfaction guaranteed Well, I can honestly say I have had a great weekend! No, I wasn’t jetting off to sunnier climes or spending loads of money on expensive clothes shopping. What was so enjoyable then, I hear you say? My answer is…… doing ORDINARY things. So how can doing ordinary things be so enjoyable?  Well, […]

Sleigh bells or alarm bells?

Published November 10, 2017 at 2:47 pm

Are you worrying about what to get your Niece and Nephew for Christmas? Are you wondering if the supermarkets will still be stocking turkeys? Are you concerned that you won’t have enough to go around and that on Christmas Day you will suddenly realise you didn’t get the stuffing? Well, for your reassurance we all […]

Reassurance for the big 40!

Published July 27, 2017 at 10:01 am

It was over a decade ago that I reached the grand age of 40.  I received cards saying “Life begins at 40” and “You’re not over the hill yet” but boy oh boy did that feel strange. Middle age gets you like that as you are neither young or drawing your pension, you just feel ‘in […]

Simple tips that can make a world of difference to your child.

Published June 12, 2017 at 10:11 am

Simple tips that can make a world of difference to your child. I hope the following advice tips may help to reassure you that parenting although, difficult at times can be rewarding and with a bit of  fore thought can pay dividends in the long run. My sons are both now in their late 20’s, […]