A few thoughts about one of my worst habits – jumping to conclusions – and why it really isn’t an effective use of our time or energy.
After a week off due to a mild case of Black Death, here’s what I’m reminded of…
A personal anecdote about the non-importance of being right, and pretty much the only good thing I’ve taken from Brexit.
Here’s how a little more mindful listening can help you notice, appreciate and savor the symphony of ‘beautiful ordinary’ around you.
In the wake of yet another high-profile suicide this weekend, it’s important to reflect on the facts, namely that mental health and happiness truly do come from within.
Some thoughts on a wonderful yet ordinary morning that I recently had, all because I was actually present for it.
A simple piece of logic, to help you ignore that inner-voice when you need to.
If you’re unaware of the thoughts you frequently have, you’re allowing someone else to drive the direction of your life. Here’s how a little mindfulness and a little analysis can help you take control.
A little love and romance today, from a Valentines’ skeptic, on this Happy Un-Valentines Day.
As I reap the ill-effects of not listening to my body… here’s a chance to learn from my mistakes.