This week’s word was ‘foot’. So many things relate to a foot. Where does the word take you?
Masks. From the symbolic to the metaphoric, the use of masks in various forms. It certainly brought up some contemporary issues related to our world.
This week the word was ‘sway’. So many ways to integrate this word. It took us on many journeys; being swayed to do something, the sway of body movement, the natural sway in nature.
Tricia and Nigel look at the impact that incentives are having on people.
They share what they have noticed about the challenges associated with using this approach to boost aspects of performance.
This week some beautiful tales to enjoy from the word ‘glass’. We saw things come to life, in an amazing way.
Lots of light, with patches of deep, made it another wonderful night of expression.
This week the word was ‘dice’. Once again, it led to the expression of a variety of thoughts and issues.
In the small things that surround us everyday, there are opportunities to find the gems, the small things that can light us up to feel something positive and improve us.
How often do we hear in ourselves and others, the expression, ‘I’ve let someone down.’ Such a load to carry and one which can play havoc on our lives.
How often do we listen and believe what others tell us without really exploring what that is for ourselves. Have we lost our ability to discover to better understand with open conversations?
Here we discuss the impact of updating our knowledge so that we can being new practices to our life that may be more helpful to our wellbeing and bring better self care.
ROGYBIV, the colours of the rainbow; red, orange, green, yellow, blue, indigo, violet. Which colour pops out for you?
Getting to now, I realise the importance of keeping physically strong for life. It’s important to know that around 30 years of age, you begin to lose muscle mass (about 5% per year)