Last week I went to an End of Lockdown dinner. 60 friends and colleagues, all of a certain age, gathered at a local venue which offered the space to socially distance. Before attending everyone was asked to complete a Lateral Flow test and all were double jabbed. Watching as people arrived there was evidence of […]
Category Archives: Embracing Change
Six months ago I invested in a ‘fitness tracker’ as I was taking part in a team event to keep us fit during lockdown – the team had to walk the length of the country by counting their daily steps. Initially I was ‘sold’, here was a device that could track movement, count steps, monitor […]
Learning how and when to use the information we get from digital technology can be a challenge
I’ve just taken on the role of executor which involves dealing with the administration teams of some of this countries leading financial institutions. Experiences to date has been mixed, ranging from the absolutely dreadful to the simply brilliant – all within a single brand! ‘Seeing’ the actual death certificate use to be the norm and […]
Last year, before the arrival of Covid, I submitted an idea for a series of articles to a professional journal and heard nothing. A little miffed by the silence I soon forgot about it until a couple of days ago when, out of the blue, I received an abject apology and serious interest in printing […]
If the challenge is to make the most of the time between now and the point you are no longer with us monitoring your dopamine levels is a good indicator of success!!
Many of us find our lives have become unnecessarily complex by accident. Now is a very good time to sort them out!
Statistically we can expect to live longer than our parents but what really matters is how we use that time
The wonderful reasons people come up with to bury their head in the sand!
At the end of life it is really easy to spot the finite and infinite players…