I meant to post a poem as usual last weekend but life events overtook me and so this is a bit late. I was reading this in preparation for a meeting with some friends and it seemed rather apt at Continue reading The Journey – Mary Oliver
Not really a poem this week, although I heard this during a yoga class and it reads like a poem. In the middle of winter, which we are in, and it is gloomy and feels long, endless, the sentiments of Continue reading Thresholds, by John O’Donohue
Antonia was 5 this weekend. She said to me yesterday that she wants to remember her 5th birthday for ever because she got what she wanted. So sweet. In this case that was a kindle. Yikes. The bonus of being Continue reading Antonia turns 5!
This post is a summary of the presentation I gave at BETT in January 2013 but liked so much (even though I say it myself!) that I have recycled it, or perhaps I should say, incorporated it into a few Continue reading Sustaining change is as easy as A, B, C