I’ve been a bit quiet online, of late. Truth be told I’ve been a bit overwhelmed with an ever increasing to do list and trying to focus on the immediate and so avoided the online world a bit. It’s at busy times when I can start to feel stress kick in… and we all know [...]
Scott at Velocast ran this up for me after I suggested an infographic type thing might be good for a banner to use at public speaking events… I like it so much I thought I’d post it on here, so you can all like it, share it, pin-it, etc. It pretty much somes up everything [...]
Following on from a few discussions I’ve had in the last few days, I’m keen to get some thoughts of other peoples experiences of how they manage depression and anxiety, being constructively or destructively. This webpage is a research project that seeks to collect and prioritize ideas in a transparent, democratic, and bottom-up way. It’s [...]
Having just followed a link from twitter to read a blog by Paul Brook, entitled Riding the Recovery Rollercoaster, I was reminded of a post on my private blog I wrote at the beginning of March last year. This was a couple of weeks of being diagnosed with depression and the final thing that pushed [...]
This week has been quite a whirlwind and a revelation. There’s been lots of interest in my challenge and I’ve had some incredible feedback on twitter and via email. I’ve also started to do some face to face publicity for the ride and the cause. I’ve mentioned that I’m using the business networking organisation, 4Networking, [...]
I was reading a blog of one of my new twitter followers… it’s pretty personal, so I won’t share it unless she say’s it’s OK. Anyway, it lead me to this video that Mind put together last year to highlight the importance of mental health awareness in the workplace.