Change, Grief and You

Change affects us all. It can be daunting. It can impact us in a similar way to grief. The Change Curve is based on a model originally developed in the 1960s by Elisabeth Kubler-Ross to explain the grieving process. Since then it has been widely utilised as a method of helping people understand their reactions…

Blog: World Mental Health Day 2022

Today is World Mental Health Day 2022. Whilst I applaud the campaign to raise awareness and the good that it does, the fact remains that we should look after our mental health as much as our physical health every day. This years theme is Making Mental Health & Well-Being for All a Global Priority. It…

Blog: Just stop

Hello I hope everyone is well. The last few weeks have been insanely busy. At work and at home life has been moving at a fast pace, with little time to think and just stop. After a few weeks of the none stop pace, I am starting to feel burnt out. Right now I am…

Blog: Change never stops

Happy Friday I hope everyone is well. The heatwave has continued all week here in Palmanova, Majorca. I have therefore spent most of the time by the pool to try and keep cool. As I mentioned in my last post, I have been doing a lot of thinking and forming plans in my head for…

Selfcare is not selfish

Hello everyone Happy Wednesday – I hope you are well. Its mental health awareness week, so that’s what I’m talking about again today. Putting yourself first, that is selfish; well some may traditionally tell you that. But I want to take this one from a different perspective. Your wellbeing and mental health are really important…

Blog: Thanksgiving 2

Happy Thanksgiving to those celebrating.  Last year, I wrote a blog on Thanksgiving and the importance of gratitude in general. The message of ‘The act of saying thank you for small –and big –things that we do for each other, is a good way to demonstrate that you still appreciate somebody rather than assuming that…

Ted Talk: Find Your Flow

We all procrastinate from time to time, channel hopping or endlessly scrolling through internet content that adds little value to our lives. If you identify with these themes you might be interested in a Ted Talk on this topic. You can view the video here A short description of this Ted Talk: “Psychologist Adam Grant…