When it comes to being happy on our own, there’s no doubt there is some personal responsibility involved. Thinking positive thoughts, accepting things as they are, finding good moments in the everyday being kind and loving are all examples. But what if we can make being happy easier, and even …

That’s all well and good, I hear you say but I’m not creative. I’m hopeless at drawing… we hear that a lot. But I can safely tell you from experience that being creative is not a gift.  You can’t become creative; it’s something you already are and it’s linked deeply …

If you’re just getting started with meditation one of the most challenging things to get your head around (literally) is learning how to let thoughts pass you by. It’s not that we’re trying to ignore our thoughts, or even trying to stop them from happening. That would be impossible and …

A recent study in the UK has revealed that almost a third of the workforce is just too tired. It seems we are in the middle of a perfect storm, where workplace-created stress and anxiety is interfering with natural sleep patterns. This is a serious problem. In a massive time …

We are living in a world where your attention is now a commodity to be bought and sold.  There is a market, a competition for your attention; where your attention is directed and for how long is hugely profitable for some.

Like everyone here in the UK we are really excited by Johanna Konta’s progress in Wimbledon this year; she’s the first woman singles tennis player to reach the semi-finals since 1978. The media  have been struck by Johanna’s use of the word process in her game. Last year in a …