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 🙂
Working through traumatic events can be terribly difficult, but would you like to know some tips to help you bounce back and be resilient? Then 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.[…]
On a budget, the dream of staying for a month to practice yoga and meditation, or just ‘be’ and enjoy the island can seem unachievable. However, with knowledge from the ‘long termers’ or ‘expats’, you can really extend your stay by being a bit more money savvy on the island. Would you like to know how long term stay on Koh Phangan is achievable? Here are some tips and pointers! […]
Do you love a lazy Saturday in bed? Maybe staying in your pyjamas all day? Perhaps you like to do the same on Sunday too? And then topped off with a take away and some trashy TV? This sluggish approach to a weekend could be unhelpful in setting you up for the week ahead.