Author: Jane

My Aunt: a Narrative Reflection

Left-brained, factual, logical description My aunt is a grey haired lady of 53 who lives with my uncle in a big four-bedroom house in Redstone. She is taller than most women at nearly six foot, and has remained quite slim. She has a large nose and intelligent, pale blue eyes, and she wears reading glasses Read More …

Other people’s words

It was one of those grey days at the end of March when the winter seems to have gone on far too long. I was walking around the Park, taking a break from sitting in front of my computer and hoping to find some cheerfulness in the day. I passed a grandmother with two or Read More …

Fork in the road

Completely out of the blue a chiropractor phoned me to say that she was renting an office suite in the next street which she was going to convert into a clinic for alternative practitioners. She wanted this to be multi-disciplinary, and would I like to join them? She told me that she had recently qualified Read More …

Appreciating Wild Flowers.

Isn’t the Spring wonderful? I’m lucky to live in an area of London that is very green and there are several large open spaces where we can walk. There are three or four parks, a woodland walk next to a stream and a large old cemetery planted up with a wide selection of mature trees. Read More …

A curly cut

I hate going to the hairdresser! I know that for many people it is an hour or two of pampering and luxury. They sit comfortably through the hair wash, chat freely above the noise of hair-driers and they know how much to tip. For me, it’s more like a communication breakdown especially with my current Read More …

Get Happy and Boost your Health

(Book review that made me happy.) I felt drawn in from the start with Jane’s introduction and her invitation to ‘imagine you are going on an adventure of a lifetime’. I liked that she emphasised that there’s no right or wrong way to work with the material in the book, that you could read it Read More …