Time to take stock…?

I’ve been thinking a lot lately about how important it is to take stock of the truths on which we have built our lives in order to ensure they still hold true. I’ve had some realisations which make total twaddle of some cornerstones of what was my belief system! It seems to me, in listening to clients, that many of us are, or have

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Barefoot Walk

Yesterday morning a small group gathered in a Helston car park to embrace concrete, wet grass, stony paths, tree roots, streams and mud with bare feet! I am a virgin barefooter, though I spend most of my time indoors (which includes working) shoeless. I admit to socks, as I tend to get chilly feet otherwise, but like all aspects of being more connected to

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Porthleven Food Festival

Aah, to think last Saturday I was wandering around Porthleven in the sunshine (and a whipping wind it has to be said!) listening to some great music, eating fab food, bumping into lots of lovely friends and clients… How lucky are we to have all that on our doorstep?! The Shindig Cloggers were an absolute highlight – real folksy fun. They’ll be at some

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Ergonomics

Today I came across an article through a LinkedIn group on carrying laptops (plus paraphernalia) and the crazy structural damage it can do. Have a nosy at the website and the blog. Interestingly I’d just had a client mention exactly that… This led me to thinking about the broader issue of ergonomics. Again and again I discuss this with clients and regardless of the

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