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Procrastination

“I never put off till tomorrow what I can possibly do - the day after.” Oscar Wilde   Now, more than ever, we live in a world of opportunity. However, the downside to all of these new opportunities, brought about by technological advances,  is the scrolling and...

How to work with our internal chaos – and why it should be a priority

This heightened focus on well-being can lead us to be on a treadmill of seeking constant improvement and perpetual forward motion. This, in turn, leads us to strive for ideals that can exacerbate the sense of chaos deep within us. We are living at the very start of the digital age, and as we still fondly remember the pre-smartphone era, we are still finding our way to cope adequately with this constant onslaught of mass media. As soon as we look at our phones, there is a bombardment of hidden and overt messages that play on our self-worth. Shame creeps in and shame is one of the seediest emotions we feel.

Forget about New Year’s Resolutions

  We are just over a week into 2020.  How are your New Year's Resolutions?  Did you make any? The week between Christmas and January 1st, for me, is where I sway wildly between resolution decisions.  It's the drawn-out monotony of these days that makes me spend too...

The I.E.P. Meeting. What is it and How can you prepare?

Around now, a month into the new school year, you'll be arranging the I.E.P. meeting for your child.  The I.E.P. Meeting stands for Individual Education Plan.  It is a working document that is designed to make the curriculum more available to your child.     A Working...

Training with the Oxford Mindfulness Centre

Last week, I completed six Masterclasses in Mindfulness-Based programmes with the Oxford Mindfulness Centre (OMC).  The mindfulness training was held in Porto, Portugal as it was run in conjunction with Ser Integral Centre for Mindfulness.  I took part in this...

“We have more possibilities available in each moment than we realise”

Thich Nhat Hanh