If only…

Imagine, you’re at the beach admiring the beautiful homes that overlook the water.  If only you had your own beach house to escape to… Being picked up by a friend in their new luxury car.  You would love a car like that, if only you had a better paying job… Listening to the kids fight over […]

Making medical treatment decisions without the burden of doubt

As the world gets used to living with the ongoing threat of Coronavirus, it’s hard to forget the heartache that so many people and families who have lost loved ones have gone through this year. Each day the death toll from this pandemic rises.  Families of the victims have had to face so many challenges.  […]

Is 100 the new 80?

Recently I read The 100-Year Life by Lynda Gratton and Andrew Scott from the London Business School. The book recognizes that due to varying factors such as improved living conditions and advances in medicine, people are ultimately living longer.  What jumped out at me early on was the question: “Would you live your life differently if […]

Focus on what you can control

Focus on what you can control… Ever find yourself lying awake at night thinking about work or family? Or being easily distracted during the day whilst trying to complete a task?  Working so hard to get through your “to-do” list but not actually accomplishing anything? Well, the good news is you’re not alone and there […]

Being comfortable is not the aim

Recently, Peter Cook from Thought Leaders talked in his blog about choosing a life with meaning rather than comfort. It was an interesting perspective.  It challenged the mindset that when life gets too hard, that our immediate thought is “it shouldn’t be like this”. Peter refers to a TEDTalk given by Psychologist Susan David, who […]