On nothing …

Just because there's an empty space ... ... you don't have to fill it. Take some time to enjoy the clarity it provides. text  © wellbeing practitioner 2013      

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Queue here

The Brits, along with other nations, have a culture of queuing. That is, we're good at forming queues, but are we good at tolerating them? A queue in a shop is an irritation, isn't it? You've got a million things to do, and you need to get on. Not helped by the person at the …

Best laid plans

The weather is capable of scuppering just about any diary entry – work AND pleasure. But how do we cope with last-minute changes to our schedules? Not being able to fulfil obligations can be stressful. We may fret about the implications; we may miss something that we have been looking forward to; we may even …

Too busy to eat?

Many people are enormously good at multi-tasking. It's a great skill, but there are times when you should abandon it. Eating food is one of those times. Cramming in a mouthful of something in between other chores or while you are dashing about is not the best way to feel nourished. It's certainly not the best …