positivity, because you’re worth it!
Nov10

positivity, because you’re worth it!

It’s been a kind of a busy season including the most recent piece in my health and wellbeing puzzle which involved a welcome shot of positivity… and an overnight stay in den Haag last month. Most if not all the posts in this blog from the last year and more, address something in life which can be adapted or adjusted to make our life a little bit better. Life hacks? Hardly, as I lack the dedication to attach scientific rigour to...

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stress and pedalogate!
Sep30

stress and pedalogate!

My lack of speed in getting a post out allows me to refer to stress and pedalogate and roll a couple of subjects together that I think are related. One of them has a more English sensibility to it and the other is global in its appeal. Both, I feel are worth thinking about a bit more thoughtfully as human beings. The first is Pedalogate! The British media had a field day when the newspapers were full of stories that highlighted some...

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How’s your community?
Jul22

How’s your community?

This post is about a question I’ve had for quite a long time. I started wondering about a week before I broke my foot. Two metatarsals as it turned out the next morning at Accident and Emergency made a truly memorable definitive almost, cracking sound. Instead of earning the injury smothered in glory and basking in shades of heroism on a field of play somewhere, I misjudged the last step at the bottom of a flight of...

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Investigate!
Jul06

Investigate!

Blue skies are here again! As an antidote to the functional infographic of pathologies further down the page here’s some blue sky to gaze at 🙂 although there does seem to be quite a lot of it about looking out of the window at the moment. Apologies for sparse posts recently. I promised a post about stress reduction strategies in my last post and that’s still to come as I talked about the bad effects of stressors on the...

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Stressors
May27

Stressors

Today’s post is suitable for those with MS and those who live in the world, generally. Stress is everywhere and it’s worse for us all than we might at first think. Apologies Shakespeare for paraphasing the start of Sonnet 43: Sress, how do we love thee? let me count the number of ways (in no particular order) Sugar causes our body to make changes (normalise elevated blood sugar) to get back to a level  playing field...

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