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Mixed emotions on Mother’s Day, childless not by choice

This Mother’s Day I thought I’d talk about what where my head is regarding my own childless journey 6 years on from freezing my eggs and how society could help with some of the pain experienced by the childless not by choice community. Saying Goodbye For those of you that have followed my journey since …

Winter Sunshine Vitamin D

Missing the sunshine? Why we all need to prioritise Vitamin D!

Coming out of the second lockdown in England, with mixed feelings about the weeks ahead, I wonder how everyone is managing their way through these winter months, especially the dark evenings. We were extremely lucky in the first lockdown to experience some really good periods of weather here in the UK. Many of us, myself …

Mental Health Awareness Week 18-24 May 2020

Awareness weeks are great for focusing more attention on mental health, but my hope would be that we all have more focus on everyone’s mental health, including our own every day. Speaking from a personal point of view I know how difficult it can be to open up to some people, for fear of being …

Hope - Coronavirus

Adapting to change…

Ironically ‘Adapting to change’ is the subject of my latest life coaching module, I don’t think the timing could be more poignant. Like all of us, this past week has been full on, with totally overwhelming emotions at times, but I believe some of my own learnings and observations may be helpful to share if …

Loneliness – what does it mean to you?

It’s all too easy to have the mindset that loneliness comes down to what type of person you are or what your current situation is, but who does it really affect and why?When I was growing up the most obvious ‘group’ to be affected by loneliness was the elderly. My granddad passed away shortly after …