My latest insight – how non-linear my energy levels are. The last two months have highlighted something that I knew somewhere on the back of my mind but was too scared to fully admit. Energy is not as simple as something in and then something out. There are so many factors that I don’t understand…… Continue reading Energy levels – insight
I have meditated on and off for at least 4 years now. I remember how I started, I finally got a job that a really wanted but as it often happens the inner happiness and satisfaction I have been promising myself didn’t come. One day my sister and I met in St Albans and went…… Continue reading How I started meditating
(this is a very honest and raw post about cancer and death, so if you are in a vulnerable place in life, maybe skip it) It has been a year since mum died. On the 16th of April exactly. I feel relatively calm about it. I mean, who knows how you are supposed to feel…… Continue reading One year later – mum, cancer and me.
What a strange time it has been. I think now I have spent 3 full weeks at home and have been furloughed for the last 10 days. I feel strangely fine about it all. Heard a very interesting thought today, that people who have anxiety, always lived like this anyway but now everyone else is…… Continue reading Isolation diaries -anxiety?
I have been thinking a lot lately about how creativity appears, what seems, out of nowhere and you feel so inspired to create. And then, there are other times, when all you want to do is just to watch movies, read books and play games. I feel creative when I’m rested. And there is no…… Continue reading Creativity and burnout
My series of small blog post about my favourite hidden places in London. This year we are really trying to walk more and one of the ways we are getting more steps in is by strolling from one side of London to the other…A few Sundays back we walked from Tufnell Park all way down…… Continue reading Chelsea Physic Garden – London’s oldest botanical garden