Every Mind Matters: Grief & Covid-19

Every Mind Matters: Grief & Covid-19

I was awake at 5.30 this morning , despite having had a late bed time. (OK, I did fall asleep on and off watching a documentary on Vimeo about new ways of designing office space at Norman Foster architects and had to keep rewinding!). After realising I was so awake...
This time next year…

This time next year…

We’ll meet again, don’t know where, don’t know when – sorry – are you now singing that in your head? ;D

Happy Birthday! (April Fool!)

Happy Birthday! (April Fool!)

It’s my birthday today, well one of them. I have a few on the internet. Sites that we sign up to quite often want us to give up our birthday. It comes in handy sometimes, restaurants, clothing retailers, perfume and skincare, anywhere that you might treat yourself...
How to take a creative leap

How to take a creative leap

We are all creative creatures, artists are compelled to be consistently creative. The rest of us will have an epiphany about something in our lives, that’s one reason why we go into business, to do something different, differently, better, or smarter. What’s not creative about that?

Romance your brand

Romance your brand

Commitment, intimacy, dependability – that’s all we want in a relationship with a person, or a brand. Because, we don’t just consume or interact with a brand, we engage in a relationship, because it’s something that can define us, as well as them.

Seeing around corners

Seeing around corners

Who doesn’t want to know what’s in the future? What we should we be avoiding or embracing. My thinking is that divination in all its forms, are all tools we use to help us confirm our ‘gut’ feelings, our intuition. Because, try as we might, we cannot see around corners, and luck over time, is inevitable.

Fall back!

Fall back!

Fall, yeah, I know – it’s an American term for Autumn, but ‘fall back, spring forward’ makes it easy to remember whether your day will start earlier or later — it’s later, because the clocks go/fall back (in the ‘fall’) – so you get a pretend extra hour, it’s...
I don’t have a D-Day story – do you?

I don’t have a D-Day story – do you?

In the picture: the dog from next door, my gran, my mum, my ‘pop’ I don’t have a D-Day story to pass on, my parents were too young to fight My dads’ dad would have been the right age, but he died in an accident at St Catherine’s Dock in the East End...

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