I recently came out about my mental health on LinkedIn. I held back from doing this through fear or prejudice or discrimination: my career has helped with my recovery. You can read the full post here: https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/talking-saves-lives-sarah-hudson-/ If you have struggled to come out about mental health in your career, then I would love to know your thoughts – please leave a comment below. Love & peace Sarah 🙂
We are often encapsulated in thoughts about what we need to prepare, or do tomorrow. What we need to do at work or thinking about what we need to do now to achieve our 5 year goals. Rarely are we in a state of mindfulness. […] Bouldering is 1 sport that enables mindfulness. Want to know how? Read on!
I’m late 50’s, widowed, with two grown up daughters. Originally I’m from a very working class background in Ashington, Northumberland. […] We were always fond of travelling together.
Present day: I think I have visited 82 countries.[…]
Tea houses surrounded by breathtaking scenery, challenging trekking that is accessible to most and often being referred to as a photographers paradise, its easy to understand why the Annapurna Region is a very popular destination in Nepal for yoga and trekking . Are you thinking about practicing yoga and trekking in Nepal? Here are some reasons why it can change your life…
Litter, animal suffering, plastic pollution; these are a few things that could change more positively in our world All it takes is a quick search or a ‘like’ on facebook pages to see how naive and how much we turn a blind eye to these points. We then moan about it on social media. How many of us actually stand up to make a difference?