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Feb 17, 2020

Welcome to episode 25. As it was Valentine’s Day a few days ago and my Birthday yesterday, and I was lucky enough to have the people I love most in the whole world close to me, love has been on my mind more than usual over the past week. So today I want to dedicate this podcast to love, but not the romantic...

Feb 10, 2020

Welcome to Episode 24 of the For Flourishing's Sake podcast.  Today, I bring you a very special guest again.  I met this wonderful educator when we were both attending the IPEN World Positive Education Accelerator conference in Fort Worth, TX, in 2018, and she has since contributed not only to this podcast, but to my

Feb 3, 2020

Welcome to episode 23. I find myself in a pensive mood as I record this episode.  The 31st January was a very difficult day for me and millions of others, and the 3rd of February - today - marks the 10 year anniversary of one of the most traumatic days in my family’s life.  

At this point, I need to give you a trigger...

Jan 27, 2020

Welcome to episode 22. If you’re a regular listener of the For Flourishing’s Sake podcast, you will know that I often relate episode content to recent events in my life.  Last week, I spent two days at University as part of my EdD (Doctorate in Education).  As each member of our group introduced herself to each new...

Jan 20, 2020

Welcome to episode 21. I should start by saying that I’m not a winter person.  I like spring and summer.  I like sunshine, warm weather and the beach.  That said, I do love a crisp, sunny, blue sky winter day, but I live in the North of England, so I don’t see that many of those.  My natural inclination, therefore,...