On self-care

Homeopathy, London, immunity, resilience, self-care

Autumn is a time when immunity and health can be vulnerable, so now is a great time to start thinking about how to strengthen yourself in preparation for the colder, darker months.

The best way to build resilience and immunity is through everyday self-care.

Self-care is not being selfish, it is being caring towards yourself.

When I take care of myself I feel stronger and more positive, plus I feel able to give more to my family, my friends and my clients.

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Forever words


I grew up listening to Johnny Cash, and I’ve never tired of his music. A couple of years ago I gained insight into his life through reading his biography and I love the film ‘Walk The Line’.

This week I met his son John Carter Cash, as he was interviewed by my friend Colleen Murphy, world-renowned DJ and founder of  classicalbumsundays.com, an album-listening club.

Colleen holds events where the audience has the luxury of listening to an entire album, on vinyl, from beginning to end. She also interviews someone connected with the album, either as a musician or a producer, or someone else with a valuable insight to share.

I’ve been to a few Classic Album Sunday events before and loved them all.

I rushed to get my ticket for this one as I knew it would be something special, and it was.

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A Snow Day

Snow, Bethnal Green, London, HomeopathyThe snow was the reason I woke up late today. When I opened my eyes I saw that it was almost 9am.

Wilf opened the door,

“Mum, it’s snowing!”

I looked out of the window to see, but I’d already guessed. It was so quiet. It’s always quiet where we are, but it was even quieter today. That’s how I knew there was snow.

There are just two weeks left until it’s Christmas. My aim is always to keep Sundays simple, but it’s always easier said than done. I had a long list of things to do today, but everything was pushed back while we came up with a plan.

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