Poor mental health can affect anyone, and there is no 'one size fits all' way to treat or manage it.
I always pooh-poohed what people call the holiday blues. I usually come back from holidays refreshed, and motivated to organise the next one. Until last week. After having the time of my life at a certain festival I promise not to over talk about in this post (whispers Glastonbury), I got back home and it’s... Continue Reading →
I shot this picture in May, during lockdown. Reflection I needed a model. Unable to have visitors or to visit others, I volunteered my reflection.
*Disclaimer: some of you may have someone to do this for you, in which case I am not remotely envious. But if you could find it in your heart to lend them to me, I’d be eternally grateful!
Over the festive we produce nearly a third more waste than usual. I read that in food alone it is the equivalent of 263,000 turkeys; 7.5 million mince pies; 17.2 million Brussels sprouts; 740,000 slices of Christmas pudding; (and more shockingly to me), 11.3 million roast potatoes. Who would throw away a roast potato?! What... Continue Reading →
Is January usually difficult for you after all that Christmas spending? These simple tips might help.
Take these strawberries for instance, by looking at them too closely for too long, they now look blurry, dark and unrecogniseable. Thankfully they can be returned to their usual fresh, vibrant state. By taking a step back, and looking at things from a different perspective, we can do the same with our thoughts.