Last summer we drove from Yosemite to Santa Monica through acres and acres of smouldering forest, the smell of charcoal and smoke filling the air, the landscape… Read more “Climate Change – What’s Psychology Got to Do With It?”
Having just spoken to a journalist about mental health 5 a day and also raising it on a podcast last week I wanted to re-share this post… Read more “Happiness – Mental Health 5 A Day”
Sometimes I feel so tiny that I could disappear into a crack in the floor. It’s a funny feeling, but not in the ha-ha kind of way… Read more “I feel little, oh so little……”
I’ve got a dream that’s worth more than my sleep……or is it?
We’re hearing more and more about how getting enough sleep is critical to our physical and mental health
Although being passionate about something isn’t in itself enough to guarantee success, without a real interest in what you do it’s very difficult to get to where… Read more “You Can’t Fake Passion”
Curiosity is just as relevant in adulthood, not only helping you discover more about who you are, but providing a basis on which to build better relationships, unlock creativity and innovation, grow your intellect, and boost your general health and well-being.
What is the psychological root of envy and why is it exacerbated by social media?
That may be a little harsh, really I mean is what’s your purpose? It’s a hard question for anyone to answer and it can feel a bit like a slap in the face if you don’t know. But purpose, if you can find it, is so powerful that it has positive benefits both physically and mentally.
Last weekend I read an interesting interview with author Angela Nagle about the escalating social and political divide arising online. Nagle’s book is called ‘Kill All Normies’… Read more “Are You A Normie?”
There are moments where I wonder if it’s too late – this voyage into authorship. Then I remind myself that it really isn’t ever too late for any of us.