If you know you are running on empty, or have a feeling you’re getting close, then now is a good time to take some time out.
An everyday encounter with the moon and a postman at dusk.
Carving out time to reflect in transitionary times is invaluable. I’m not an expert and nor is anyone else, on how you best navigate the months ahead. So, I’ve put together some questions you can run through to support you to take a reading from that excellent inner compass of yours as we transition out of lockdown.
As we come to the end of the week now is a really good time to take some time out. This 10 minute check in will support you to feel more grounded and in control.
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It was easy to raise an eyebrow at George Osborne’s new sugar tax; timed so well to keep less tasty economic morsels off the front pages. While in real terms it will barely touch food […]
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The UN, World Bank, Food and Agriculture Organisation and European Commission have recently all cited tackling our unsustainable western diets and wastage in the food system as central to achieving food security. This new focus […]