Author: Graham Tomlinson

Mindfulness & Self-improvement

How to make sure every morning is a great one

How many of us, honestly, can say that we have a great morning routine? If you’re anything like me, then mornings can be a real challenge. Tiredness combined with the time pressure of getting ready for work or school can make for a very stressful experience. So is there a way that we can…
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How to enjoy your free time

The subject of this blog might seem trivial. Enjoying our own free time is a straightforward task, surely? Well, in theory. But how many times have you found that a million other things have your encroached on your free time? How often have you spent time that is meant for you, sorting out other…
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Tips on how to live well in uncertain times

Do you sometimes feel as if the world is more uncertain than ever before? I know I do. It could be the news or social media or just the conversations you overhear on your commute. But it feels like people are unsure of where they’re heading next, and what they should do. It’s a part…
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A healthier relationship with tech

It’s no great revelation that we all need to spend less time on our screens. We all know it. If you’re a parent, at some point you will have missed that important thing your kids were trying to tell you as you scrolled through Instagram pictures of dogs doing funny things. You will have replied…
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Coping with the stresses and strains of urban living by Graham Tomlinson

London Loves Business summary article: I recently wrote a guest article for London Loves Business that discusses how to cope with the stresses and strains of urban living. Life in the city can be difficult and tiring, you can often be quite exhausted not giving enough time for yourself. There are not many city’s that…
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Running - Graham Tomlinson Blog

Talent, focus and endurance: what running has taught me about life

First things first. I am not going to claim to have too much of any of the three great qualities mentioned in the title of this post! As a (very) amateur runner, my talent is limited, my focus wavers frequently and my endurance is not all that great. But regardless, I’ve found that all of…
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How to deal with negativity - Graham Tomlinson blog

How to deal with negativity by Graham Tomlinson

Reader’s Digest summary article: I recently wrote an article for Reader’s Digest that discusses how to deal with negativity and negative people. In a modern day with opinions aired so easily and freely on platforms like social media it is hard not to be influenced by negative thoughts and opinions. This why I have decided…
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Children - Graham Tomlinson blog

What lessons can adults learn from children?

Now, I know we don’t all have children. But the one thing I feel I can be pretty safe in saying is that we have all been children at one time. So, we might not remember it so well, and we may have had good experiences or even terrible ones. But hopefully we all remember a…
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Loss - Graham Tomlinson Blog

How to deal with loss

I’m often asked about coping with loss – whether it is a bereavement or a hard break up. It’s a super tough subject, and one I never address lightly. For one, when a loved one dies or a relationship fails, it is a deeply personal moment of vulnerability. As the singer Paul Simon says: ‘Losing…
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Dealing with difficult situations

Dealing with difficult situations

I saw a cartoon recently that made me laugh: it was titled ‘The Four Horsemen of Procrastination’ and featured a man sat at a computer, attempting to do some work. Behind him loomed the Four Horsemen, named ‘Napping‘, ‘Snacks’, ‘Television’ and ‘Minor chores’. It certainly struck a chord – I’m sure we’ve all found ourselves…
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