We’re all messed up

The  title of this weeks blog is a direct quote from Sarah Millican who was on Desert island Discs this morning. She was talking about  how she uses comedy to deal with sadness and loss. However what she added following a query from Kirsty Young on a question about...

The Blind Spot

  As drivers we are all more than familiar with the blind spot; you’ve checked your mirror, signalled and just as you start to pull out you find that a car has suddenly appeared from the blind spot. As people we have blind spots too. Things we’re unaware of, like...

Endings and Beginnings

  This is the season of endings; the days become shorter, birds leave their nests and terms end. The garden, whilst still abundant, is no longer quite as vibrant. Without endings there are no beginnings. Painful as they may feel, endings are a necessary passage...

The Mousetrap

  I have always loved Agatha Christie, and whenever there is a theatre production with an Agatha Christie play on I am first in the queue. But why I had often been asked. I recognise not everyone is a fan but why was it that these productions became a clear...

New Web Site

New web site Some of you may have notice I have a new web site design. I am hoping it makes it easier to navigate your way around what I offer and the blogs I have written. It is still a work in progress and needs some tweaking this will be happening in the next week....

The Self Limiting Flea

The other day I was told an interesting story about fleas. I thought the story was a good metaphor for some of the work I do with people and therefore was worth talking about in this blog. The gist of it is that fleas as you know will and can jump enormous heights....