Take time to turn around and reflect

Take time to turn around and reflect

It is getting to the end of the year when we often start to think about next year. To make plans, and set ourselves new business goals, and personal ‘New Year Resolutions’! Before we do this, I suggest you turn around and look how far you have come. Often, we find...
The most valuable things in life are free.

The most valuable things in life are free.

I recently spent some time with my family in Namibia, Southern Africa. Where I was, is not as important as what I re-discovered. We were camping in the wilds, we were on safari, watching, studying the landscape and the amazing creatures that inhabit this dusty land...
Press “Reset” – and get back on track!

Press “Reset” – and get back on track!

Having just returned from a fabulous trip to Namibia in Southern Africa, I thought I would share some of my discoveries. As well as an amazing holiday it was the perfect opportunity to press the “reset button” – to take time to reflect on where I am in relation to my...
5 Top Tips for staying on track in 2018

5 Top Tips for staying on track in 2018

Change your environment Make a Commitment to getting out of your usual surrounding. If you work in an office or at home, make a conscious effort to make a change. Preferably get outside. Go for a walk, go for a run, cycle or swim at lunch time – before or after work....
What we can learn from our dogs

What we can learn from our dogs

Can our dog really inspire us? We know people can. We are influenced by those around us so can this include our dog? I think it can. I was in the park a few weeks ago walking my dogs – or watching them run around. They didn’t have a care in the world. The weather...
Is the new and modern way really better?

Is the new and modern way really better?

Like so many parents across the country we waved our eldest son off to University this week. Change for him and change for us as a family. Needless to say this brought back memories of when we did the same 30 years ago, and inevitably we started noting how things have...