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The river of life is a journey and we chose how to travel

In the Flow Academy we are just starting our latest 40 day challenge, which feels more like a beautiful adventure right now.

I am minded that we are all on a journey through this amazing adventure called Life.

There are times when we are floating gently along and all seems well, and other times when it feels crazy - either too busy, too stressful,...

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Brightness abounds. Be open to what might be next...

As we journey through life we experience ups and downs, excitement and despair, love and sadness, passion and fear, and a myriad of other emotional states as wonderful human beings.

I liken the journey of life to the flow of a river.

Imagine, when you are born you arrive at the source of your river of life. A pre-chosen river of life that we will...

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Boost your immunity by increasing your intake of Vitamin D and Zinc

covid19 health wellbeing Oct 18, 2020

We are all very aware of the threat of Covid-19 - I can't believe that anyone could have escaped this....

We are also aware the benefits of a 'healthy lifestyle'. But just what does this mean? And, how do I 'get one'!

Well, surprise surprise this is not something that you can just buy. It is a commitment to doing a range of things that support your body...

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A Perfect Gift

The perfect gift is an illusion! 

With Christmas coming, the stress many feel about choosing the right gift, let alone a perfect gift, can be immense. The pressure to spend money that suggests 'the more you spend shows you love someone more' has always been abhorrent to me. With glossy wrapping it is easy to think that is enough. Social media and...

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The Joy of Trying

On my quest for a challenge and taking me out of my comfort zone, I recently went for one day intro to paddle boarding! 

It was not a success in terms of standing on the board and gliding effortlessly through the sea.  I was the first to fall off backwards and the first to fall off forwards too!  No shame! No tears!  Just a lot of...

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Finding calm amidst the uncertainty

covid19 wellbeing May 07, 2020
 

So many volunteers are doing amazing things across all communities. Making food and delivering parcels, shopping, sharing, making scrubs, working in the care sector and the NHS, etc, etc.

Amazing to watch and see people step up and take on new challenges.

So, people seem to be struggling at the moment. How are you doing?

The initial three weeks were...

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New month - Time to reflect, wisen up and make defined purposeful changes

covid19 wellbeing May 02, 2020
 

Friday 1st May - a new month...

Traditionally a day to celebrate the start of Spring - dancing, merriment and lots of colour. This year it is all change - no surprise there then!

A pre-planned change for our public holiday this year to celebrate 75 years of VE Day, and so we have a Friday bank holiday next week rather than our usual Monday bank holiday....

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Supporting and being supported. Connecting and being creative.

 

Thursday April 30th and day 38 in the UK lockdown. Almost 40 days! Wow..

My theme for today is about supporting others but also accepting and allowing others to support you! We are all human and this time is challenging - for all of us.

Who are you supporting? Who is supporting you? and how?

A plumber

I received great support from a local plumber who was...

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Can you accept and love yourself, just the way you are?

 

Routine is essential...

Day 36 in the UK lockdown... As we start week six, what have you learnt?

Routine, done consistently for any length of time (40 days is good...) leads to habits. Are your habits supporting you or hindering you?

Have you been able to change things in your life that have made you feel great? Exercise, studying, nutrition, alcohol...

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Bravely learning new skills - grooming a schnauzer!

 

After only doing a very short walk yesterday.... I planned a longer one today. 

The intention was to get out really early and visit one of our favourite walks down to the packhorse bridge. I have avoided this walk as the riverside path is narrow and on a slope making it really difficult to keep a 2m distance from other people.

So, with an early...

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