Litter – A walk in the Park

Litter – A walk in the Park

  Recently, I was walking in Richmond Park with my partner, our friend and her two young children. It was a beautiful spring day and a real chance to blow away the cobwebs. Richmond Park is outstandingly beautiful and well maintained. Sadly, not all visitors...
Why Relationships Benefit our Happiness

Why Relationships Benefit our Happiness

Human Beings are social animals. As far as we know we started our existence in small groups somewhere in Africa and continued this way for nearly 200,000 years living in social communities. However, many of us don’t live that way anymore. Here in the west, much more...
Echoes of I am good enoug

Echoes of I am good enoug

As I sit in the last year of my 30s, ready to embrace a new decade and becoming 40, I pondered on my life?  What I have achieved?  Where I am heading? What things do I need to let go of?  Question after question transpires as my analytical nature sets this milestone...
Can Positive Psychology Enhance Your Holiday

Can Positive Psychology Enhance Your Holiday

Time for a break As the schools break up in the U.K. for the summer vacation, many people are focussed on their upcoming annual holiday. The nature of “the holiday” varies from something that people spend significant money on and involves travelling to far flung...
Re-framing experiences using our senses

Re-framing experiences using our senses

Re-framing experiences using our senses: sight, sound, movement and feeling This blog is an exploration into how we experience the world using our senses. It looks at the power of our visual, auditory and kinaesthetic systems to shape how we respond to the world...