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Is 'work life-balance' a big fat lie-

Is ‘work life-balance’ over?

“We are diluted in gigantic intangible collective projects, which leave us wondering what we did last year and, more profoundly, where we have gone and quite what we have amounted to….” – Alain de Botton, The Pleasures and Sorrows of Work I seized on this book, the modern-day philosopher Alain de Botton’s The Pleasures and Sorrows of…

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How mindfulness helps me work

A couple of weeks ago I gave a workshop on mindfulness to a London company. At the end, as on all my workshops, the participants filled out a feedback form, and I hung out to chat to a few. Feedback helps my content grow and evolve, and serve more people in the right way. So I…

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Back to school we go

Back to school we go

No matter how long we’ve been adult-ing, how long we’ve held down jobs, paid mortgages and scraped by with 28 days of holiday a year, September will always, always have a back to school vibe. I kind of love it. After August – the month in which no one can be arsed to do anything – September is…

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What we can learn about wellness from a pushmi-pullyu (1)

Lessons in wellness from a pushmi-pullyu

Yes, a pushmi-pullyu. That totally nutty, totally made up animal from Doctor Doolittle. Honestly, I really hope that whoever cooked up this inspired twist on a llama (already gunning for gold in the animal hilarity stakes) got some kind of award. Genius. I digress. Of all the imaginary animals in the land, the pushmi-pullyu is…

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