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Attention is a kind of love

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In an age of increasing uncertainty and complexity, how we pay attention to the world has never been so critical. The work of Professor Iain McGilchrist on the hemispheres of the brain sheds light on how we might navigate these times and stay connected with ourselves, others, and the world around us…

In Praise of Ageing

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For me it was discovering that I was the oldest player at a hockey tournament. It sounds trivial, I know, but it sure didn’t feel that way.

Top 10 Mindful Walks – England

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Known in Japan as shinrin-yoku, forest bathing is simply being in nature, connecting with the forest through our senses of sight, hearing, taste, and touch.

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Lessons From Blue Zones

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A new year is always a good time to reflect on how we want to approach the next twelve months. It’s a fresh start, a chance to press the reset…

Best late summer sales

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Whether you treat yourself to some honey-infused whisky or invest in a leadership course, now’s your chance to combat the end-of-summer blues. Take advantage of these seasonal offers, exclusive to Sublime readers.

Ewhurst Park Summer Series

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In this column, I’ve kept readers up to date on our journey at Ewhurst Park, as we transform the estate and explore its possibilities for bio-diversity As well as opening…

Journal of a Journey

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The oldest travel memoir is over three thousand years old. Its author was self-important, arrogant, and a little too willing to turn his hand to crime. Could Wenamon be the prototype of the stereotypical tourist from Hell? What could he teach us about travelling well?

How To Spend It

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Christmas shopping was once an activity we invested great thought in. Just a couple of decades ago, before the era of high-street retail-chain roll-out and online shopping, selecting gifts for our loved-ones that held some kind of sentiment was essential. Nowadays, the idea of buying a meaningful gift has
changed dramatically, and seasonal gift shopping has turned into a tiresome and nightmarish chore.Starved of time and ideas, we end up with a pile of nicely wrapped quick-fix options that, more often than not, fail to show that we care.