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  • Getting back on the horse

    Get back on the horse.  Not because you feel you have to but because you want to. You did your best, but you came off.  It wasn’t even your fault t...
  • Under-thinking

    Living in a world which is increasingly pendulum swinging to extremes, it’s easy to get stuck there. Realising we may be overthinking something is ...
  • On Becoming Coordinated

    One of my fascinations with coordination is getting to the heart of what it really means. If it means anything at all.  I’ve found little to sugges...
  • Reverse Media Training

     Most of us are aware that CEOs, celebrities and high profile athletes receive training on how to speak with and answer questions with the media. T...
  • A standard piece of writing

    This article is an experiment. The subject being the reader, This is inspired by a YouTube video I watched years ago. There are no pictures, n...
  • What should our public health care system do?

    Being a passenger on the journey of public health care from trauma to overnight hospitalisation, I had a front row seat of experiencing what our n...
  • Reverberating Rooms

    Do you remember learning the word door? When you think of the word door do you think of any door or do you think of a specific door? We never spen...
  • Sleep

    It’s hard not to sound boring when people ask for advice around health and wellness. To say to a human, (particularly an adult) that the best thin...
  • A new appreciation for bath tubs

    My experiences of salt pods or otherwise known as sensory deprivation tanks have always been eye opening in different ways. Spending a lot of my c...