It Gets Late Early

It gets late early was a phrase I first heard in Cumbria. It is even more applicable up here in the Highlands. I was reminded of this yesterday, when, for the first time in months, I had to switch on the lights for my evening virtual session. My American participants were amused by this happening… Continue reading It Gets Late Early

Breathing Space

One of the many things I’ve learned in the past 18 months is that you don’t have to be travelling all the time to be, and feel, busy. Working from home, there are thankfully many clients to serve and even more events to deliver. My virtual work tends to be in smaller chunks, with a… Continue reading Breathing Space

The Unexpected

One of the best pleasures in life is the unexpected. The people we meet, the opportunities that emerge, the great things we notice. Working from home means that on an unexpectedly hot, sunny morning, we get a great walk, with a hazy view over the firth and a selection of washed-up wood, including a weathered… Continue reading The Unexpected

Weathered Resilience

At the end of a busy, fulfilling week, it’s great to recharge the batteries in nature. Walking around Glen Feshie, we revisited the Frank Bruce Sculpture Trail, where each piece is intended to withstand the Highland climate without cosmetic alterations, until it breaks and dissolves into the soil where it stands. Like so many people… Continue reading Weathered Resilience

My Unexpected Anniversary

It was one year ago tomorrow …….. I was on a slow-moving delayed train from Preston to Manchester Airport for my usual evening flight home, wondering if I’d make it. I did, and haven’t been on any transport since. In this past year, I’ve had a bit of a reset. More time with my loved… Continue reading My Unexpected Anniversary

That Was the Year that Was

This time last year, I decided I was going to drink more…….water. And work more from home. The first one was easy, the second one….well, let’s just say I didn’t want it to happen the way it did. You can’t sugar-coat unnecessary illness and death. My heart goes out to everyone affected. My short, very… Continue reading That Was the Year that Was