When you just can’t be friends with your parents
12th September 2016
One of the most complex human relationship is that of a child and its parents. The beautiful baby that you have been carrying in your womb for 40 weeks...Read More
My six weeks of digital detox
30th August 2016
There isn’t a day that goes by without reading the future of communications is digital and interactive, heck, I should know I am in the business of delivering communications...Read More
Living life in the slow lane
18th August 2016
Five weeks into a summer holiday in Spain and I can be forgiven for succumbing to a complete and utter relaxed state of mind and body. I feel I...Read More
Why are we so angry?
5th August 2016
Following Brexit I was shocked that families were falling out over how they voted. In my extended family my brother-in-law refuses to talk to his own father over the...Read More
How often do you call your parents?
20th July 2016
The last few weeks have been challenging and frustrating to say the least, anxiety ridden and almost always caused by family issues and whilst I was thinking about all...Read More
What next for the future of the UK and the EU Referendum?
7th June 2016
The EU referendum is dominating every news medium as the UK heads to the big vote on 23 June. As a UK citizen, I have found the lack of...Read More
Take those bloody earphones out of your ears.
9th May 2016
At work, in the car, at the gym, at home, at school, along the high street, in airport, on trains and tubes, in cities, the world. Wherever I go...Read More
A funny thing happened to me on the way to the menopause. Why you’re never too old too…
18th April 2016
In spite of what we know about this important chapter in a woman’s life, for many, not only is it a defining moment known as ‘the change’ but it...Read More