Over the festive period many of us had the chance to take stock of our current situation after 9 months of tumultuous change and challenge. One of the most common conversation topics I've heard from friends is their growing sense of what's important, and
I recently saw an old comedy show from the 1980's complete with scheduled canned laughter. Nowadays we don't do that as comedy is definitely more natural and well, funny. Indeed, comedians get most of their material from real life situations - life in its
I don't know about you, but this year's US presidential election is as gripping as watching the Grand National.
The bookies, or in this case pollsters' favourite was outflanked early in the race, only to recover neck and neck later on.
I was clearing out old boxes from the attic recently. Like many of us the protracted and unpredictable lockdown has caused a review of what 'stuff' we really need. For me there's a sense of grieving when I look at treasured outfits, shoes and bags which n
It's been another busy week at CCA with lots of open sessions. We hosted our regular Women in Leadership event; it's one of my favourites with guaranteed authentic chat from a brilliant group of leaders who are willing to open up and really share.
A realisation dawned through the pandemic that what we might have described before as 'regular' jobs became critical and we've publicly recognised those who have helped keep food on our tables, cared for our loved ones ...