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Frozen?

frozen

We couldn’t write a blog this week without talking about the ‘Beast from the East’.  As a nation, we are pretty consumed with the constantly changing weather! I wonder if that’s because it is something outside of our control and it has such a profound effect on all we do? The extreme conditions of this […]

Our Dishwasher is Broken

washing up dishwasher

As I have been away this week, Gareth, (AKA – the legendary voice behind all the Intentional Health animations!) Kindly offered to write this weeks post! Enjoy! Photo Credit :Catt Liu Mid-November 2017 “Oh disaster, upon disaster!” The one kitchen item that is so critical to the flow of our family life; the single appliance that […]

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Feel Like Giving Up?

Give up resolutions new year procrastinating

Photo Credit :Lucy Trevatt As we approach the January halfway point, I wonder how your new year resolutions, disciplines or goals are going? Are you making progress and celebrating your success along the way, or perhaps the novelty is beginning to wear thin and any changes are feeling hard? Have you been tempted to give […]

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Give Thanks

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Photo credit: Simon Maage We would like to take this opportunity to say happy Thanksgiving ahead of this Thursday, especially to all of our American friends. Although Thanksgiving is not an officially celebrated holiday here in the UK, giving thanks and taking time to think about all the things we are thankful for, can be really […]

Facts are our friends…

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The “Churchill War Rooms” was one of the sights we managed to visit after we received a second very generous gift of a cottage holiday this half term, that included a day trip to London. Whilst learning all about Churchill’s life and leadership, I was struck by this “Churchill Saying” on one of the walls. […]

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Learning from a Toddler

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Photocredit:Alexander Dummer This past week, I have been reflecting on a recent discussion with a friend about how Intentional Health is in a ‘toddler’ phase: No longer in its infancy, discovering how to stand on its own two feet and walking unsteadily with small, baby steps, whilst at the same time, often wanting to run on way […]

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