Episode 39 :: The dance of the numinous and the mundane

     Show Notes: Ruth Allen is a counselling psychotherapist, outdoor therapist and writer interested in solitude, silence, movement and narrative. She is also an organisational trainer, endurance runner and mountain addict. Images of peaks and valleys...

Episode 38 :: Wayward goats and sourdough loaves

    Show Notes:   I first discovered Kat Goldin through Instagram. I could scroll through Kat’s images of Scottish sunsets, comedic goats and Major Tim the dramatic peacock all day. And then last year she taught me how to make sourdough bread and in no...

Episode 37 :: The nature of fear

  Show Notes: On the 20th of December 2018, my heart stopped working. At about 2pm I picked up some washing to take upstairs to dry and I collapsed on the kitchen floor. 36 hours later, I was having emergency surgery to repair my heart which was completely...

Episode 36 :: How to build a company of one

  Show Notes: Paul Jarvis is the author of Company of One: Why Staying Small is The Next Big Thing In Business. He also makes software, teaches popular online business courses and for the last two decades has been a web designer. Paul has worked with...

Episode 35 :: How to find your voice

   Show Notes: Lottie Storey is one of the first people I met here in Bristol and it was crush at first coffee! Lottie is has spent the last 15 years as a writer. She is currently the editor for the Beano Parents website, contribute regularly to magazines...

Episode 34 :: How to be Playful AND Political

  Show Notes: Rabya Lomas takes play really bloody seriously. She is a multifaceted woman who happens to be of dual British and Pakistani heritage, working full time as a project manager with an enthusiastic interest in Playful Living. Rabya's Instagram...

Episode 33 :: How to live a Wabi Sabi life

  Show Notes: Beth Kempton is one busy woman! She runs three different businesses all of which offer tools, resources and online courses for living an inspired life. Earlier in her career Beth worked with UN agencies, global brands, and NGOs all over the...

Episode 32 :: How to be a courageous ally

  Show Notes: Ngaio Anyia is a singer, songwriter, DJ, writer, poet, a columnist @bristol247 and leads inclusion and social justice projects in Bristol. Ngaio is a Jill Scott, Erykah Badu mashup for the #metoo generation! She closed the Shangri-la stage at...

Episode 31 :: How to build an online creative business

  Show Notes: Jen Carrington is a creative coach, writer, and podcaster from Manchester, UK. Jen hosts the Make it Happen podcast and co-hosts ‘Letters from a Hopeful Creative’ with Sara Tasker. Jen is passionate about helping us to live life and run creative...