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Making mistakes – What does your mind do?

February has been a more expensive month here at Well of Being. Often my client work is online so having a reliable laptop is central to me being able to fully connect with people. My old laptop was on its last legs, ...
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New Year Resolutions – A Different Angle

Hello everyone. I hope the year has started well for you. May I wish you all joy and fulfilment in the year ahead. What does the start of a new year signify for you? We all have our own unique thoughts, feelings, ...
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Stress, Overwhelm, and Burnout -Where and what is your recharging Station?

For many of us this is a busy time of year with work and festive celebrations. Balancing everything whilst still looking after our own needs is often difficult. We may not be able to, or indeed want to stop being so busy ...
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Navigating fear

Whilst we were on holiday last month we drove across the Bealach na Ba pass. It is a beautiful scenic mountain pass on the east coast of Scotland. It is also a very narrow single track road with equally small passing places ...
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The Real Beauty Industry

We are just back from a wonderful holiday touring Scotland around the NC500. It is a beautiful coastal route with the most incredible scenery…..and some very interesting roads! As we drove around, we marvelled at so many beautiful views and sights from ...
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Navigating Self-Care: Lessons learnt from the Sea

As some of you will already know, September is a special month for me, for several reasons. One of those reasons is the glorious Annual Northeast Skinny Dip I take part in at Druridge Bay in Northumberland. I join over 1000 other ...
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Anxiety and its place in a garden of Emotions

This month in Well of Being we are focusing on the impact of anxiety and how to move beyond its control. Anxiety is an emotion that many of us will avoid at any cost. It creates difficult emotional and physical responses within ...
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Where is your focus of attention?

When I was unwell recently with gastroenteritis, I noticed that I didn’t experience hay fever as severely as I had previously. I was telling Brian, my husband. “Well,” he said, “My Granddad always said the best cure for toothache is tight-fitting shoes”. ...
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