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Oh what a beautiful morning, oh what a beautiful dayyyy!

Good morning and what a beautiful day, really puts a spring in your step doesn’t it! After a hectic, yet wonderful weekend it’s straight in to Monday morning and on with usual working week (as if I ever have a usual working week!). We have some housekeeping to begin with. A gentle reminder that cash…

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May 14, 2018

Scorchio!

I do hope that you managed to enjoy the sunny Bank Holiday weekend, recharge your batteries and have some fun! Sometimes it’s okay to go ‘off piste’, be spontaneous and live in the moment – leave those DIY jobs and chores for another day when the sun isn’t shining and your pals, family are not…

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May 8, 2018

Gush, pour, splash!

Massive April rainstorms! The weather isn’t what we had hoped for so we will just have to get on with it and make our own sunshine! ‘The world is as we are’, which means it’s how we choose to react and respond to the world around us that creates our world, how we view opportunities…

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April 30, 2018

Fire Breathing Dragon

No, not me (rude!)!!! Happy St George’s Day. Today we celebrate all things English (my Scottish, Irish and Welsh pals have their day so this is ours) …‘erm now I’m stuck … how do we celebrate being English? I suppose it’s a nice cup of tea and a moan about the weather ha ha. So…

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April 23, 2018

Rusty Spring!

Whilst nature is trying it’s best, Spring is a little damp and rusty so far! Saturday’s Sunshine got me in to the ‘Spring mood’ with some alfresco dining (Brunch), window shopping and late afternoon dog walking in the woods. My heart, and face, smiled as I listened to the birds, observed the budding trees and…

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April 16, 2018

April Showers and Rainbows

Drip, drop, drip!!!! Yup, it’s raining again, which does affect our motivation to get outside and play! Well it certainly does if you are a little Dachshund called Lili with short legs and a tummy so close to the mud! I shall don my waterproofs and negotiate the puddles and drag out my ‘minis’ (JRT’s and…

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April 9, 2018

From Blackpool to Barcelona!   

I took an opportunity to stretch my wings and flew to Barcelona for the long Easter weekend. A far cry from my drive to present at the IFS conference in Blackpool the weekend before! Everyday we took in the sites, trekked the mountains and explored the monuments. A very active yet still refreshing break. It’s…

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April 3, 2018

Make snowballs when the snow falls!

Which is the seasonal equivalent of making hay whilst the sun shines or lemonade when life hands you lemons. I could have moaned about my course being postponed and losing a day’s pay (again) due to the weather but instead I decided to get up and play with the dogs in the snow, something I…

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March 18, 2018

Apparently it’s Spring?

The daff’s are popping up their golden heads and promising us longer days and hinting at some sunshine. The birds are up and at ‘em getting their early worms and singing their dawn chorus. I’m soooooo ready for spring. Our thoughts often turn to a spring clean around our house, wardrobes and bodies too (we…

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March 11, 2018

International Women’s Day

…is this Thursday (8/3/18). It’s aim being to celebrate the social, economic, cultural and political achievement of women. I have already shared with you the impression that the stories about the sacrifices of the suffragettes and the dedicated men who supported these ladies in their fight for equality has had on me. There is more…

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March 4, 2018
Helen was inspirational when I went to her for Life Coaching. I began to regard events and happenings that caused me pain in a totally different way and the comfort that gave me was intense during some really life changing personal circumstances. It took me some time for her teachings to become a way of thinking for me - I'm still learning and putting into practice what I have been taught. I will always regard this experience as being a turning point in the way I view life's challenges. Thank you so much, Helen.
Liz Wheeler Basingstoke