Can We ‘Do It All’ Unaided?

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Unless you have been hiding, I would imagine that most people are aware that the 6th February celebrates 100 years of women getting the vote in the UK (albeit you had to be over thirty and/or a property owner!). It feels like a time to use and create some positivity around how far we, as women have come. There are numerous changes to be made regarding women in the workplace, […]

Can We Learn Mindfulness from Babies?

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The Benefits Of Slowing Down A few days ago I went to the doctors with my friend and her baby for the 4 month inoculations. Her daughter had to have three injections and my friend was not looking forward to it; having seen her baby’s reaction after the last round. The pain, the crying, the feeling of guilt my friend had even though she was doing the best thing for […]

When Chaos Strikes Have a Banana in Your Pocket

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Handling Unplanned Eating Scenarios We’ve all been there… You were running late in the morning so you didn’t have time to make that healthy lunch you were planning on taking to work. “Not to worry” you think. “There is a great deli round the corner from the office that does delicious salads.” Little did you know that at almost 3pm you are still stuck in that strategy meeting that started […]