How do you treat you?

Self-kindness is a recurrent topic with clients. Many of us will sadly will be far more familiar with self-deprecation, self-judgement and even self-hatred than acts of self-kindness. Some of you might think that being hard on ourselves is the way to go, that being self-critical keeps us up to the mark, stops us from being … Read more

Good relationships are essential for good health

Relationships matter – much more than we think Next week is Mental Health Awareness Week (16-22 May) on the theme of relationships. It’s precious reminder to review our relationships – the one we have with ourself and the relationships we have with loved ones and friends. It  also serves to remind us that connection and love … Read more

White Space Life Coaching

Embrace the seasons… The snow arrived but it didn’t deter. Last Friday I meet three clients in Green Park. It was icy cold but I felt inspired and motived to get out there because that’s how I want to work, in nature, in green space with my clients – in the freshness and crispiness of … Read more

Stuck in your comfort zone?

Is it time to embrace and enjoy the journey of change? The payoff can be huge. Try my 3 tips for helping you to make those changes for the better easier. Do you prefer to stay in your comfort zone, the zone you know so well? We are all guilty of it! Just why is … Read more

When life is happening…. Words are spoken, emails are received, food is eaten, long to-do lists written, things appear or don’t appear. We wake up in the morning, we open our eyes and events happen all day long, until we go to sleep. This year I’ve had a very conscious and intense experience of this: a dear … Read more

Watch me life coaching TV comedy writer Alex, in Battersea Park

On a journey of self improvement in mind, body and spirit… A few months ago I was approached to give a life coaching session to TV and radio comedy writer Alex Worrall,  on his journey of self improvement in mind, body and spirit for The Guardian. Read his blog here, or watch a film of our session. … Read more

Step out into autumn

Green Space autumn workshops in pictures I hope you’ve had a chance to make the most of this mild weather and step out into your nearest green space to experience autumn. I’ve uploaded some photos from my Nature Connection Workshop at Organiclea, near Epping and the first of our Nature Connection Seasonal Walks which took … Read more

The Welsh Harp in Harlesden

With journalist Rose Rouse Rose Rouse has been a journalist for over 20 years. In 1984, she was pelted with bread rolls by Frankie Goes To Hollywood in the green room at the infamous TV music show The Tube in Newcastle. She’d given them a bad review a couple of weeks before. She talks about … Read more

The Welsh Harp in Harlesden

With journalist Rose Rouse Rose Rouse has been a journalist for over 20 years. In 1984, she was pelted with bread rolls by Frankie Goes To Hollywood in the green room at the infamous TV music show The Tube in Newcastle. She’d given them a bad review a couple of weeks before. She talks about … Read more

My retreat in Suffolk

Ten days without TV, internet, email and phone Recently I attended a 10-day retreat in Suffolk, UK. Ten days without TV, internet, email and phone. Six days were in silence. It was wonderful! The retreat centre is a converted farm surrounded by beautiful gardens with nature all around. I spent my free time in nature, either … Read more

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