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Gardening & well being @ the Courtyard 21st July

Today at the Gardening and Well being session at Bolton Steps HQ in Victoria Hall we planted on the last of the climbing beans into various sized pots and continued sowing seeds into a variety of different recycled trays, on today’s menu was carrots, three different types of lettuce, radish, Kale and some cabbages.  159 more words

Meeting Basic Needs as an Influencer of Performance

It’s great how performance can be influenced by those you meet or connect with.  I recently connected with Dr Margaret Byrne, Principal Consultant with UGM Consulting and powerful educator in her own right. 570 more words

Huddle Talk

When I work out I’ve developed this mentality to do “just one more.” It’s nothing revolutionary as it’s typical of a trainer or coach to yell, “One more lap!” “One more push-up!” “One more sprint!” But here’s what I have discovered in myself that has brought me success: BE my own coach, my own trainer, my own motivator. 311 more words


Could Emotional distress and Spiritual development be linked?

A fundamental question at the heart of psychology that is often overlooked relates to the link between emotional distress and spiritual development. What is it that links psychological with spiritual? 431 more words

Mental Health

Gardening & well being @ the Courtyard 14th July

Today was the second session of ‘Gardening & well being @ the Courtyard’ and I was really surprised that double the amount of people turned up today compared to last week. 225 more words

Eating To Combat the Effects of Stress

Don’t get me wrong, I’m not saying that what you eat can get rid of stress, but it can certainly help counteract the effect that stress has on the body. 391 more words

Food & Nutrition

Emergency bathroom midwifery ***Birth described***

I have written before about how difficult I have sometimes found it to be around pregnant women and babies. Emotions swing between jealousy, self-hatred (I never used to be such a nasty b*tch) and sadness for what I’ve lost. 1,306 more words