Day 6: Stay At Home

After attempting a walk on Saturday that became a game of dodging and weaving the gatherings of people on Hilly Fields, we’ve decided to stay around our flat. I still feel perfectly well but of course, could be asymptomatic and can’t relax going for a walk when there seem to be even more older, vulnerable…

Day 3: What Does The Great Outdoors Mean To You?

With all the talk of boundaries, bans and social distancing I’m starting to view the outdoors in the most literal sense of the word: Just being outside. Over the years I’ve been extremely privileged to find myself in some of the most remote places on the planet. From the summit of cradle mountain in Tasmania…

Day 2: Choose Your Screensaver To Create Calm

It was dreary today. I didn’t make it outside for a proper walk and the promise of yesterday’s spring seemed very distant all of a sudden. Instead I found myself thinking about a corporate training programme where we discussed mindfulness and the tactics that we can use in everyday life to engage it. I’m honest…

2020: The Year Of The Comeback

On doing what you love. And why it’s not always finding time that’s the challenge. You might have noticed that I haven’t been around for a while. I haven’t posted for almost a whole year now and in that time I’ve learnt a great deal about myself. We often read that if we truly love…