Monday Mojo – Reinvent Your Time

How is your relationship with time? You might have noticed it’s hard to escape it in our Industrial Age. There’s the clock on your ‘phone. Your FitBit if you have one. Your computer. The car dashboard. You might have an online calendar.Maybe a meal or fitness schedule. Everything, it seems, is controlled by time.  That’sContinue reading “Monday Mojo – Reinvent Your Time”

Monday Mojo – Risk Forward

How do you cope with not knowing?  In a digital age where we can have answers at our finger tips, there’s something unsettling about situations where we just. don’t. know.  21st century living has been described as VUCA:• Volatile• Uncertain• Complex• Ambiguous.  One of the reasons, Margriet Sitskoorn explains, may be that on a daily basis, weContinue reading “Monday Mojo – Risk Forward”

Monday Mojo – Plan the Party

When was the last time you celebrated something? I don’t mean a birthday necessarily, or an event like a promotion. I’m talking about the small wins: Making it to 5pm.  Not losing your temper with someone who is really testing your patience.  Finding your way through one of life’s curve balls. Every time someone attends one ofContinue reading “Monday Mojo – Plan the Party”

Monday Mojo – Live Life Simply

Have things felt a bit complicated lately? There’s so much happening in the world at the moment, it would be easy to get swept up in the chaos of it all. When there’s a lot happening around you, you might feel like there’s a need to plough on and keep up.  To make urgent decisions.Continue reading “Monday Mojo – Live Life Simply”

Understanding bereavement: why society needs to learn about grief

In 2019, Prince William surprised well-wishers outside Kensington Palace on what would have been his mother’s birthday, and it sparked a discussion on social media about the “right” way to grieve. “Shouldn’t people be “over it” by now?” ITV’s Loose Women joined in the conversation asking their followers how they mark the anniversary of theContinue reading “Understanding bereavement: why society needs to learn about grief”