There is change in the air as Autumn unfolds. The nights draw in, the air smells damp, leaves change colour and fall to the ground.
This is a time when it’s tempting to withdraw into your bunker.
Summer holidays over, you’ve returned to your normal routine. School runs, chore-filled evenings, days blurring into one another as you work your way through the week.
You forget how you felt in the summer when time seemed to expand and you had space to stretch, relax and reflect.
You forget the conversations you had with your partner or just with yourself, about how good life feels when you have more time, more space, you live closer to nature or around stimulating people and places; time to laugh, play, explore and rest.
You let your dreams fade, telling yourself it’s time to buckle down again.
It doesn’t have to be like this. Autumn is a great time for reflection. Continue reading