Time for Change (anyone for an Autumn Audit?)

Topic for Today - Time for Change (anyone for an Autumn Audit?)


As we see a shift toward September it seems to bring a big difference.  It’s not just one month and then another, September is traditionally a time for serious changes.  It's the beginning of the academic year, so little ones go off to nursery and school for the first time, while bigger ones head for apprenticeships, colleges and universities.   This often leaves adults thinking about what they might also do differently.  Autumn can also mean cooler days and a rush to make a mark on this year before the mention of Christmas and we are on into 2021!


This year has been very hard on a number of levels.  There is no real need to highlight how disruptive and upsetting COVID-19 and lock-down has been, it has left many of us reeling and unsure of our next steps.  Children and adults alike are nervous of how things are going to pan out and if anything will ever feel “normal” again.

But we want to encourage you to see the best in this situation and take steps to insulate you from fear and nurture you toward a more positive Autumn and optimistic New Year.


So, how about an Autumn Audit? 
This could be a great chance for you to stop and think about what is going on for you right now, how you are being affected by those around you and what changes you might want or need to make.  Here is a downloadable one that might just help you pull yourself through the tough times and equip you for what’s to come:
Autumn Audit


Feel free to fill it in yourself or with friends but if you’d like some help then get in touch with us here on 01429 269303 and perhaps we can support you to make the changes you want.

Ok, well that’s us for today - Speak soon…

Please let us know if there is anything you would like us to cover in future blog posts, but most of all Stay Safe, Well, Creative, Connected and KIND!


EXTRA NOTE
Please reduce contact with those you don’t know where possible, wear a mask/face covering when in shops, keep a safe distance (2 meters) from the other people around (more if someone is running or cycling) but remember to keep smiling, waving and talking. 
Wash your hands regularly and avoid touching faces when out and about.  
Anything we can do to stop and slow the virus is keeping more of us safe and literally saving lives.  
If you have symptoms, stay inside and contact 111 or the website to get more advice.

If you have any other health concerns please do call your doctors, they are still open and you are not “bothering” them if you need to speak about something going on for you right now. COVID-19 is a terrible thing but other health problems are also a priority - call your GP and check it out!

Look forward to speaking again soon!

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