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Activities are being held across Gloucestershire and Herefordshire to mark Mental Health Awareness Week (MHAW) 2016. 2gether NHS Foundation Trust is working with a range of partners to support MHAW and is coordinating events to raise awareness of mental wellbeing, promote advice and highlight locally available support. 10am-12pm Thursday 19 May - talk on mental health and autism with the ASD Service at the Main Place, Coleford. Saturday 21 May – participating in a recruitment drive for mental health professionals at the Emirates Stadium, London. Thursday 19 May – Launch of the Big White Wall mental health support service for veterans.
More information about Mental Health Awareness Week is available on the Mental Health Foundation website here. Our Let’s Talk service runs a number of free courses across both counties, which can help with different aspects of your mental health. 2gether NHS Foundation Trust is delighted to welcome a second new non-executive director to the Trust board. Duncan Sutherland, who lives just outside Hereford, brings with him years’ of experience as a non-executive director of a number of public companies. Duncan was non-executive director of the British Waterways Board for eight years before stepping down. He is also a director of Sigma, a specialist regeneration company, working with local authorities. Duncan said the role with the Trust appealed to him because it would allow him to draw on his previous experience, while being involved with a local organisation. Duncan is looking forward to finding out more about the services the Trust offers and how it operates.
The Triangle of Care, which is run by the Carers Trust, brings carers, service users and professionals closer together to jointly promote the recovery of people with mental health conditions. The Trust was accepted as a member of the scheme in April 2015 and has now successfully achieved its first gold star. Secondary school children in Gloucestershire have been challenged to create a radio advert to be played during Dementia Awareness Week. The challenge was set by the Gloucestershire Black Minority Ethnic (BME) Network for Dementia, a multi-agency organisation which works to improve access to memory assessment and community dementia services for people from BME communities. The pupils were asked to design a radio advert, lasting up to 40 seconds, targeting people in Gloucestershire, particularly those who are worried about their memory or someone else’s memory. 2gether NHS Foundation Trust is pleased to announce that it has appointed a new non-executive director, Marcia Gallagher. Marcia brings with her 40 years’ NHS service and her experience both as a qualified accountant and the holder of a number of senior functioning roles in the NHS. Marcia, who lives in Lydbrook, in the Forest of Dean, worked in both commissioner and provider organisations in Gloucestershire, Herefordshire and the West Midlands. Marcia has had both a professional and personal involvement with mental health services, something that has helped drive her decision to become involved with 2gether.
Throughout her career she has undertaken a variety of voluntary work, something she has continued into retirement with her work with the Royal Voluntary Service. She is keen to use the skills she has developed during her career in her role as non-executive director and Chair of the Audit Committee for the Trust. Marcia recognises the challenges that the Trust faces going forward and feels her experience will be valuable in guiding the Trust through this.
A new base for the teams who treat and support people with mental illnesses, learning disabilities, dementia and related conditions has opened in the Forest of Dean. The teams in the Forest have, in the past year, provided an average of more than 1,260 appointments each month. People who access 2gether’s services are generally referred by their GP or other health professionals, however certain services can be accessed directly.
Let’s Talk, which can be contacted on 0800 073 2200 by anyone experiencing conditions such as stress, anxiety and depression.
Managing Memory, which can be contacted on 0800 694 8800 by anyone worried about memory, people with dementia and carers of people with dementia.
As part of the South West Region Mental Health Transport Review, Gloucestershire County Council is seeking the views of people who have been transported under the Mental Heath Act (MHA). 2gether NHS Foundation Trust and Gloucestershire Young Carers have launched a Triangle of Care for young carers.
The Triangle of Care is a national scheme, introduced by the Carers' Trust, which brings together carers, service users and professionals. Young carer Kira, aged 18, said she was very pleased young carers had their own Triangle of Care. People in Gloucestershire and Herefordshire are being asked for their views on local NHS mental health community services. The survey for 2gether NHS Foundation Trust (2gether) is part of the national programme led by the Care Quality Commission (CQC) and is being carried out by Quality Health, an independent research organisation. The independent annual survey is an important way for the Trust to seek the views of people in their care. It seeks to find out what service users think about different aspects of the care they receive from the Trust. The survey is used alongside a number of measures of Trust performance of patient and carer experience.
The survey is sent out to a random selection of service users and is used by the Department of Health, the Care Quality Commission, local Commissioners and others to assess how well the Trust is meeting the needs of patients.
Taster sessions are being held in the Forest of Dean for anyone interested in signing up for courses with the Severn and Wye Recovery College.
The Severn and Wye Recovery College is provided by 2gether NHS Foundation Trust with other partners. NHS clinical staff and social care professionals in Gloucestershire are teaming up to improve the way they share patient information.
Joining Up Your Information is a project led by family doctors, hospitals, community and mental health trusts and Gloucestershire County Council.
Historically, different NHS and social care organisations have developed a range of specialised electronic systems to store patient records. The new system will only be accessed by authorised clinical staff and social care professionals through their existing record systems. The project team will shortly be sending a letter and information leaflet to every patient aged 16 and over registered with a Gloucestershire GP practice.
These will explain the benefits of better information sharing and the importance of more joined up care across the NHS and social care sectors. 2gether NHS Foundation Trust has been using Gloucestershire’s museums to provide a different environment for art psychotherapy sessions for people experiencing mental health issues.
The groups have been run by Art Psychotherapists from the trust’s Complex Psychological Interventions teams, and are an innovative approach to art psychotherapy for adults with severe and enduring mental illness.
One group, catering for 18-25-year-olds, has recently finished running at Gloucester City Museum, while another, for adults of all ages, has got underway at The Museum in the Park, Stroud. Overall, participants in the Gloucester City Museums group felt a significant decrease in the severity of problems they experienced and an increase in their self-esteem. The hard work and dedication of mental health and social care staff from all across 2gether NHS Foundation Trust has been recognised at an annual awards ceremony. The ninth Recognising Outstanding Service and Contribution Awards (ROSCAs) took place at Hatherley Manor Hotel, near Gloucester, this evening (26 February). About 140 staff, volunteers, service users and carers from across Gloucestershire and Herefordshire attended and awards were presented in 10 categories. In addition, long service awards were presented to staff who have given either 20 or 30 years’ dedication to the NHS. The ROSCAs judging panel consisted of service users, trust governors, trade unions and sponsors. Mary Keating, Dementia Education Community and Service Development Lead, Charlton Lane, Cheltenham. A nurse from Gloucestershire has created and written a play about dementia which is being performed at a Tewkesbury theatre next month. Mary Keating, Community and Service Development Lead, Dementia and Education Training Team, 2gether NHS Foundation Trust, has dedicated much of her career to working with older people, particularly those with dementia. The play tells the story of Al, a 70-year-old gentleman who receive a diagnosis of dementia. The children from Tewkesbury School have been encouraged to be innovative and creative with the script, under the supervision of Miss Nicola Rope and Mr James Anthlett, Head of Drama, where they have been able to produce a remarkable piece of work.
The play has been sponsored by the Barnwood Trust, Severn Vale Housing, Gloucestershire CCG , and Gloucestershire County Council. Mary has worked for the mental  health services in Gloucester for more than 27 years, predominantly working with older people and, in particular, people with dementia.
Please note, the play is not suitable for children under 12 years’ old and, due to the nature of one or two scenes, may not be suitable for people who have been diagnosed with dementia. A record number of nominations have been received for 2gether’s latest Recognising Outstanding Service and Contribution Awards (ROSCAs).
More than 200 nominations were received for the annual awards, which recognise the dedication of the staff and volunteers who work in mental and social healthcare across Gloucestershire and Herefordshire.
A judging panel, consisting of service users, carers, public governors, trust management, sponsors and staff representatives, faced the difficult challenge of whittling the list down to a shortlist of just three nominations for each category.
The nominees will be honoured at an awards ceremony on Friday 26 February, alongside their colleagues who have achieved 20 or 30 years’ NHS service.
The 2015 ROSCAs are being sponsored by Alpha Colour Printers, West of England Academic Health Science Network (WEAHSN), Midcounties Co-operative and Gloucestershire Young Carers. A new mental health awareness scenario has been added to the courses on offer at SkillZONE, Gloucestershire’s safety education centre.
This week is Children’s Mental Health Week, so 2gether NHS Foundation Trust and SkillZONE are pleased to be able to launch this module for young people across Gloucestershire, to raise awareness of positive mental health and wellbeing. SkillZONE, in Tuffley Lane, Gloucester, is a state-of-the-art life-size village, which provides a fully interactive learning environment to teach people of all ages how to recognise dangerous situations and stay safe.
Kathryn Charlesworth, a social inclusion development worker with 2gether, has been involved in putting the new scenario together. The scenario, which is optional for schools visiting SkillZONE, looks at each of the five ways of well-being and uses an activity to raise awareness of them. Teachers can then continue the activities back at their schools, thanks to a special resources box created by Kathryn and her team. Two Recovery Inpatient Units in Cheltenham have been recognised for the high standards of care they provide. The Laurel House and Honeybourne Recovery Inpatient Units are run by 2gether NHS Foundation Trust and are used by adults with a serious mental illness, predominantly psychosis. Helen Elliott, matron for both units, said she was extremely pleased with the results of the assessment. The units, which are both situated in Swindon Road, aim to work with service users to help them establish the best possible quality of life and enable them to live as independently as their individual abilities allow. The application for AIMS accreditation includes service users and family carers checking progress against a number of care and organisational standards. AIMS was set up by the Royal College of Psychiatrists to identify and acknowledge services with high standards of organisation and care, and with a view to helping other healthcare providers to achieve these standards. A range of free courses to support people who are dealing with anxiety, stress and depression are being offered throughout Herefordshire. Let’s Talk is an Improving Access to Psychological Therapy (IAPT) service and is part of 2gether NHS Foundation Trust. The courses run for four to eight weeks, are run by friendly and professional staff, and are open to anyone who wishes to use them.
2gether NHS Foundation Trust is encouraging people across Gloucestershire and Herefordshire to speak openly about mental health. The Trust is supporting national Time to Talk Day on Thursday 4 February, which aims to encourage people all over the country to take five minutes to have a conversation about mental health. The conversations can take place anywhere and with anyone, such as with friends, family, work colleagues, fellow students, and in workplaces, schools, colleges, in the community and even online. Dominika Lipska-Rosecka, Social Inclusion Team Manager with 2gether, explained why the trust is supporting Time To Talk. Events will be taking place across the UK to mark the day and the trust is supporting several in Gloucestershire and Herefordshire. Cheltenham Borough Council Community Engagement team is holding Time to Talk sessions, supported by the Trust, at two of their Cheltenham Our Place hubs.
We’ll also be assisting with stands set up by Stroud District Council and Gloucestershire County Council for their employees.
We’ll be facilitating a workshop for Cheltenham Borough Council employees on tackling stigma, as well as supporting them in holding a tea and talk event for their staff. The Care Quality Commission has today published its report detailing the findings of the Comprehensive Inspection of our services, which took place in late October last year. The event is being organised by the Governors of 2gether NHS Foundation Trust and takes place on national Time to Talk Day, which is Thursday, 4 February.
Gloucestershire College, in Llanthony Road, Gloucester, will be hosting the event, which runs from 5pm to 7.30pm.
Visitors will be able to find out more about the services provided locally by 2gether NHS Foundation Trust and its partner agencies, and information about how to access them. As well as being able to ask questions about the Trust’s work, there will be an opportunity to make suggestions about how the Trust can support the mental health and well-being of young people in the local area. Secondary school children in Gloucestershire are being challenged to create a radio advert to be played during Dementia Awareness Week.
The challenge has been set by the Gloucestershire Black Minority Ethnic (BME) Network for Dementia, a multi-agency organisation which works to improve access to memory assessment and community dementia services for people from BME communities. The pupils are being asked to design a radio advert, lasting up to 40 seconds, targeting people in Gloucestershire, particularly those who are worried about their memory or someone else’s memory.
The winning advert will be played on Gloucester FM, on 96.6 FM, during Dementia Awareness Week, which runs from 15-21 May. Kathy Holmes, the Engagement and Involvement Lead for Managing Memory 2gether, part of the 2gether NHS Foundation Trust, has been involved in setting the challenge.
The closing date for entries to the competition is Thursday 17 March and it is open to pupils from all Gloucestershire secondary schools. Papers for the meeting can be requested by contacting Anna Hilditch, Assistant Trust Secretary on 01452 894165. Experts are encouraging everyone to safeguard their mental health and wellbeing this Christmas.
People with learning disabilities in Gloucestershire and Herefordshire are being encouraged to get their flu vaccination if they’ve been contacted by their GP.
The vaccination is free to anyone that needs it and is available at local GP surgeries and at some pharmacists.
More than 50 volunteers are registered with 2gether, and they work to enhance and improve the services the Trust provides. To express an interest in volunteering with the Trust, please contact the Social Inclusion Team on 01452 894200. The Severn & Wye Recovery College provides free courses across Gloucestershire at a variety of venues, and is open to anyone who has recently been treated or is being treated by 2gether NHS Foundation Trust for a mental health condition.
Taster days for forthcoming courses are being held in Hester’s Way, Cheltenham on December 7 and 14.
Patrick Senior, Staff Side Chair and Shaun Clee, Chief Executive have signed the Talent for Care and Widening Participation Partnership Pledge at this month’s JNCC meeting.
Rodborough Parish Council has become the latest organisation to join a Gloucestershire-wide campaign to tackle stigma and discrimination experienced by people with mental health conditions. The event was part of an ongoing programme of sessions with businesses and organisations across Gloucestershire, aimed at explaining the prevalence of mental health problems and how help and support is provided. Kathryn Charlesworth, of 2gether NHS Foundation Trust, met the council alongside Dan Beale-Cox, who is co-chair of the countywide Tackling Stigma group. To read more about the Tackling Stigma campaign and find out which other organisations are involved, click here. If you are experiencing a mental health issue, or you have concerns about someone who is, please speak to your GP.
The Care Quality Commission (CQC) is the independent health and adult social care regulator in England.
Local health and care staff are the first to step up and have their flu jabs in order to stay well this winter and protect their patients and loved ones from the virus. They have also joined forces this year to urge at risk groups and frontline health and care colleagues to take up the free flu vaccination and stay well this winter. Each winter hundreds of thousands of people across the country see their GP and tens of thousands are hospitalised because of influenza (flu), which could be prevented by having the flu vaccine once a year. This year’s Herefordshire flu vaccination campaign has been launched jointly by Herefordshire Clinical Commissioning Group (HCCG), Wye Valley NHS Trust (WVT), Public Health, Herefordshire Council, 2gether NHS Foundation Trust, and West Midlands Ambulance Service (WMAS), as part of the national seasonal flu vaccination campaign. So the research began, I was reading up and collecting information on places of interest for children. As for Melbourne, we took a day tour on the Puffing Billy, had a warm fuzzy lunch by the winery, yummy gelato at the Yarra Chocolatiere and had a guided tour of the Healesville Sanctuary (got up-close with the Red Kangaroos, emus, platypus and koalas). So what could a Stay-At-Home-Mom do for money considering there is already so little time after all the dishes and laundry and cooking and cleaning are done? Blog - I started a blog when my first born was about 2 years old and began earning USD4-5 thousand monthly very soon after. Write for others - This is if you can write, you could be a freelance writer for advertising agencies who are always on the lookout for part-timers. Bake - there are many, many Moms baking for income which means lots of competition but there is only one you. Start a little home business - this could be anything from making something to being a trader to being a marketing affiliate.
Failing which, allow me to interview you and I will think of what you could do for a living from home. I have been working with a company for 18 years and for the past 7 years, I have been working full time from home.
My kids were 3yo and 1yo then and I knew I wanted to spend those precious growing years with them and not having to depend on anyone else to care for them. Working from home does not mean that you can sit at home, shake legs and catch the latest Korean drama Yes - unfortunately for some. This is important because if you’re going to be in conference calls for a least 30 mins, the last thing you want is to be holding the handset to your head.


In between work, I need to step to for my school run and this timing is fixed and has been shared with my manager and peers.
If you’re going to be spending 8-10 hours of your day sitting in front of a computer, make sure your workspace is ergonomic. Remember to take mini breaks and stretch or go for a little walk to get that blood circulating. She was excited initially (we did some prep talk weeks before), thinking that she will be going into the same class as her older brother. We didn’t have a party for Honeybun, we had a small celebration for her at her play school and also with our families. Her favourite for the past few months has been rubber duckies (and bath toys) and particularly characters from a cartoon called Lucky Duck. It took me more than a year to resign from my previous job as an engineer in a multinational oil & gas company. However, as time went by, I started to think about my children who were about to enrol in primary school.
But if you really want to change your profession from FTWM (fulltime working mum) to WAHM (working at home mum), I’d like to share some tips that might help you to have something in mind. I always suggest to friends who wanted to let go their jobs for a home business, to get some ideas about how and what their home businesses would be. I like to recommend to my fellow friends who want to resign and start a business, begin before you sign your resignation. Don’t leave your job if you just can’t take it, leave it if you figure out there are other priorities than your career. I was at the Asia Model Festival Awards 2015 in Seoul, Korea but had to rush back to attend Ashton’s School Day. Mother’s Day is coming so I would to wish all mommies, “Happy Mother’s Day and enjoy motherhood! He was in an art class holiday program which he enjoyed a lot; learning crafty things and the best part was that he had a good friend participating in the same program. He also attended a three-day Speech and Drama program in which the main program focuses on the kids having to perform a mini sketch. I will not deny that a couple of months ago, I bought a tab (of course, it’s slightly smaller than my iPad) for my then 2-year old.
Even when my son was younger, I started to expose him to technology – I absolutely loved the idea that my son will not feel like an outcast had he not been exposed to one from an early age. Fast forward two months later, we re-introduced the iPad & the tab to him BUT very gradually. As parents, I guess the hardest part of actually spending more time with Nooh to do these exciting fun-filled family activities is….
Gradually moving away from these gadgetries and being less attached to these smart electronic ‘imps’ really does make us better parents.
Especially for kindergarten - if they can’t make it for a full day, we can send them for maybe an hour or so. Set boundaries and set some rules during schooldays so that the child won’t feel attached to home during his school time.
Our bottom line is to plan properly, get mutual understanding with our spouse, decide and stick to the plan. But then whenever I look at my son (who himself loves other people’s birthday celebration), I feel guilty of not organising his own birthday celebration. So much has happened in the last year that this New Year 2015, is a year full of changes for me and my family. I found out that it is impossible for women to get along in a group of more than a hundred. Although everyone knows what is good for you for great health, they are still not practising good healthy habits. So after all the stress that I went through last year, there was one blessing that entered my life despite having to quit my job and make regular visits to the hospital. Ashton went on a holiday without us for the first time and it was also the first time he was away from us. When he was walking pass the immigration check point at the airport, he kept looking back at us.
It is the school holidays and I am already cracking my head on kids’ activities as we are not planning any trips this time. Last but not least, they had a ride on a pony.  The fee had increased from last year and even the ride’s duration was shortened! Letting kids take a year out from school or at any time during the course of their educational path is a great choice that many parents are reluctant to make due to the kiasu nature of Asian parenting in always wanting to get ahead and staying ahead. The thing is, at 15 or 16 or even at 20, did you know exactly what you wanted to do with your life? We ourselves here have experienced taking a year out merely by accident but nonetheless a good thought out coincidence because my kids are only 10 and 5 this year yet they have already experienced what it is like to not only NOT go to school every single day but were given the great opportunity to explore the world and get to know themselves a bit better. NEW EXPERIENCES & EXPLORATION – With not going to school, we actually had the opportunity to participate and attend many events that being in school would not have allowed us to do due to scheduling conflicts.
EXTRA TIME - Being at home every day gave them the extra time to learn new languages and skills such as how to make glue, how to make sago Melaka, how to make Sugee Cake, how to prepare for a public exhibition, how to present publicly, etc. GETTING CLOSER TO SELF – Inherently, I feel that one succeeds in this world when one is comfortable in their own skin. Iceland had always been my dream destination because I would like to see its midnight sun during summer solstice, where there is no night in Iceland.
When my husband told us that the next country on our list would be Iceland during the mid-year school holiday (in June), I took it as a gift!
However, we were lucky as the weather was so good from day one – the sun shone brightly for us. Iceland is a land of fairies; many locals still believe that trolls and elves still exist around the island. Ashton is at the willfull stage – I made my decision already, I am not going to change my mind!  And he has a ready reason for everything he wants to do too. I asked Ashton for his opinion on his coming birthday party and he surprised me with “I am already a big boy, I don’t want Angry Bird party. Ever since the kids were comfortable in the water, it has been part of our family weekly activity – Swimming! We also want to highlight how common mental health issues are, the steps we can take to improve our own mental wellbeing and the support that is available. He is currently a non-executive director for High Speed 2, in a role focusing on economic growth, regeneration and property. 2gether looked like a really good Trust and had an excellent reputation, which was a big attraction. We have recently launched the Triangle of Care scheme for young carers and we will now be working to embed the principles of the scheme across our community teams, with the aim of achieving our next star as soon as possible.
We hope that it demonstrates to our service users, families and communities, that we hold carers and the role that they play in the highest regard.
We would not be in this position if colleagues across the Trust had not got behind the scheme so wholeheartedly. It aims to promote safety and recovery for people with mental health issues, and encourage their wellbeing by including and supporting their carers.
These include feedback provided to our local Patient Liaison Services (PALS), the Trust’s Service Experience Team and local surveys that can be undertaken around the Trust sites and within the community.
Anyone interested in finding out more can attend the sessions at the Belle Vue Centre, in Cinderford, on April 18 and 25 from 2 to 4.30pm. The courses offered teach participants about mental health conditions, treatments, the best ingredients for recovery, and how to plan for the future.
Students should either be a current 2gether service user or should have recently been discharged from 2gether services. It will make an agreed set of information from each organisation immediately available to health and care professionals from other local organisations using a secure, electronic system. This means important information held in one part of the health and social care system might not be readily available to doctors, nurses and other health and social care professionals in others.
NHS Gloucestershire Clinical Commissioning Group helped fund the Gloucester group through their Cultural Commissioning programme. We work with the exhibits and objects within the museum, as well as art-making, using them as a stimulus for self-exploration, to enable people to reflect on their feelings and experiences. Following this, it then explores how he adjusts and changes as he grapples with dementia, and how his relationships with family, friends and his community are severely tested. As well as raising awareness of dementia and tackling the discrimination against people within our communities who have dementia, the play can also be used as an educational resource.
She has been relentless in her work to improve the quality of life for people with dementia. Accreditation is only granted following a visit from Royal College of Psychiatrist assessors, who check current practice within the Unit. The courses provide education on topics related to stress, anxiety and depression, and cover practical techniques and tips to help people learn to manage their mood. 2gether is holding a number of events in the two counties to provide support, information and encouragement for those who want to start a conversation. The table below details the rating that the CQC has given each of these 10 service areas across each of the five domains. We are able to deliver this level of service due to our talented, skilled, committed and caring staff as well as the collaboration and support of our commissioners and partners. Don’t take on every responsibility, such as shopping, cooking and coordinating engagements just because you always do.
List making is an age old tactic, but it really works, and don’t leave everything until the last minute.
Alcohol can make you act in a way you might regret, and it can also have a depressive affect.
Gifts are not the most important part of Christmas and you may be storing up problems for the future if you get yourself into debt.
If the family is getting too much, take a break, a spot of meditation or a walk in fresh air will help.
Loneliness can be a particular issue over Christmas, so try and make sure no one spends the whole time without visitors or company.
A good sleep pattern can help you maintain good mental health and make you feel more alert and able to cope better with stress. Paul Winterbottom is a Consultant Psychiatrist (Learning Disabilities) and Medical Director at 2gether NHS Foundation Trust.
If you care for someone with learning disabilities, please remind them to get the free flu jab”. They also help in a variety of ways, including sitting on interview panels when staff are being recruited, advising on trust policies, helping to provide staff training, and participating in focus groups to provide feedback on important issues the Trust is working on, including its long term strategies. The college is also open to carers and family members who wish to learn more about mental illness and how to support an individual with their recovery. Working with our staff side representatives, the pledge emphasises our continued commitment to provide opportunities for support colleagues to learn on the job, develop their skills and advance their careers”. At the same time we learnt how effective it can be to take simple measures to tackle stigma and discrimination wherever it is encountered. So far, we have been taking the kids on holidays to no other than beach destinations in and out of Malaysia and the kids loved every bit of it, even more especially after they had learnt how to swim. If you don’t, you just need to be that much more disciplined but it can be done and I am pure testament to that. But then blogosphere got crowded and I got pregnant again and then went back to full time employment for a bit so the blog got put aside for awhile. Finding something you could do from the computer is an easy and fast way to save some pocket money. I switched from a consulting job to a desk-bound program support job which enabled me to work from home full time and support the Asia Pacific region. So when I got this job, I thanked God and my colleague, Agnes because she was the one who roped me into her team. Therefore, it’s important that you invest in a good headset with the ability to mute your line. I also block off my time in Microsoft Outlook for school runs so that my colleagues will know that I will be out of office at specific times of the day. We are all given a notebook to work from but since I am a teleworker, I am able to order additional accessories for my notebook which include a docking station, monitor stand and a 24 inch monitor so that I can comfortably work in front of the computer (like a geek). We should resign from our job in a way that reinforces our professional image and keep our current employer relationships positive.
It might be different for those who resign and decide to stay at home taking care of family, without any proposal to do home-based business or work. If you start now, you’ll get the rhythm and it’ll be easier to adapt later when you leave the office. Sugar is not just defined as the raw sugar that you put into your coffee but sugar from fruit, sugar from carbohydrates such as white flour, rice, noodles, bread and pastry. Although you may lose weight purely by limiting the portions and the quality of food that you eat, exercise is still incredibly important because it not only strengthens your bones and muscles but promotes the circulatory system within your body. In order to live a great, healthy life that will not succumb to illnesses, the body requires an ovoerfluous amount of vegetables.
It is so worth it to do so because I have seen too many people suffer from poor health being once a patient of poor health myself. Recently, he modelled for Lord’s Tailor at the Pavilion Fashion Week show (he stole the limelight!) and was the opening model for the Go Go Green Charity show. Chinese schools give their students a lot of homework so my husband and I have to watch him finish his homework every day. He is the first person I want to see, the first person I want to kiss, the first person I miss. Every night, as mummy is lazy to read bedtime stories, he’ll ask me to have a chat with him before he goes to bed.
Well, really I had intended it for my own use, but over time I felt it was more convenient (and lighter) for me to bring around just to console my son whenever my husband and I needed some “rest time” during our family outings. He’ll get to use it if he truly behaved and finished his food or slept earlier the night before. We even introduced Nooh very light housechores for him to assist Mommy & Daddy with, and we began to seriously organise more fun-filled family activities on alternate weekends. My cousin makes really beautiful cakes, so I’m going to ask her to make a customised birthday cake for Nooh.
Over the last year, I learnt several lessons along the way that I would like to share with you in hope that it will benefit you in some way. To be fair, not everyone in Malaysia is educated enough about health but they should really take the initiative to learn it up as it is their own bodies and they should never take that for granted. We had planned for the trip to a theme park in China well in advance but I could not make it as it was just 3 days after my operation. I spoke to him every day for the 5 days that he was there.  The first day he asked, “Mommy are you okay?
Sometimes, he gets drinks of water for me and tells me that when I am sick, I need to drink a lot of water. We plan to have a small do with just my family but my friends asked me to hold a small party.
We had been there before last year but it is still a fun place, especially for young toddlers. I can never understand this concept why it is so important for children to be the youngest graduate.
By widening your children’s eyes, stretching their ears, increasing their perspectives in having a broader mind, they get to think more, do more, and ultimately make better decisions about what they like and do not like. This year alone, we got to participate in entrepreneurial markets where my eldest daughter got to learn how to barter, trade and sell. They also managed to hone in on their language skills and dug deeper into any subject of interest such as loom bands and art and model making. The world becomes clear and there is no pretence on any part when you know who you are, what you are capable of, where you want to go and how you are going to get there. When people are directionless sometimes, they take a year out from the hustle and bustle of work and spend a year traveling or doing other things to decide where they truly want to be.
It is extremely enlightening and if you ever have the opportunity, don’t think too hard about letting your kids take a year out. We departed from KLIA to Schipol, Amsterdam and transited for about 8 hours to taste the freshness of raw herring, standing on the bridge overlooking a canal near Central Station.
Our target was to drive from Reykjavik to the South, around Iceland, and back to Reykjavik from Sn?fellsnes Peninsula.
One minute, you might be blinded by the hot sun whilst the next minute, you could be soaked by an extreme downpour. According to an Icelandic we met, they were having bad weather for weeks before we arrived.
I asked my children about going back to Iceland and they replied that they really wanted to visit Iceland again. I want Pocoyo party!“ So, he is going to have an entirely different themed party this year after having Angry Bird themed parties for three years.
He has set ideas on colours for girls and boys - pink and red are for girls and blue is for boys. My son already knows simple arithmetic like 1+2=3, 4+5=9 and can count the money I give him .
I was going,  “The Angry Bird opens his hands to pick up the things” when he said, “NO NO Mommy, Stop!
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We want to encourage people to talk about their condition and to feel that they can seek help when they need to. This can lead to a delay in early assessment and access to potential support and treatment options. If we have the chance to visit Melbourne again, we’ll definitely take a train to spend our own sweet time at those places.
Whatever it is, whatever it takes, you either have a project going or take time out to be by yourself, do something. Many of us waste far too much time on Facebook when some of that time could be spent more productively.
All you need to do is to have samples of your writing in hand and inform them that you are available. Get out of your comfort zone and start a business where you will be in complete control of your life. When I work from home, I am very productive because I already save time to get ready for work and to commute to and from work and there have been times that I work through lunch as well. It’s important that they are not neglected as well because the whole idea to work from home is so that you can spend quality time with the kids right? But the good news is; on the 1st week itself, the teacher informed us that she just sobbed a little and stopped after we left.
This can be anything from processed cheeses, processed cereals, canned food, snacks that you buy from the convenience store wrapped in plastic, even commercial muesli bars; they all add toxins into the body over time.
Good circulation ensures that every part of your body functions well and gets good quality oxygenated blood that is filled with the nutrients that each part of your body needs. Usually this is not possible and especially not for children when they are fussy eaters and thus, good, natural supplements are necessary. This is because water has Hydrogen and Hydrogen is everywhere in our cells binding our DNA. If you do not sleep enough, you are giving the free radicals more opportunity to multiply within your body. Think of your children, they need you thus you owe it to them to care best for your own body at no sacrifice. The place was pretty packed which limited us to much fewer activities in comparison to the first time we were there.
Of course, occasionally work beckons, but it is more important to be connected with your own children – especially during their formative years. Now at 4 years old, he still carry that same temperament even though I had sent him to kindergarten since he was 2 years old with a change to another school since then. However, after meeting his friends and as the learning session begins, he starts to enjoy himself.
As much as I tried to moderate little tiffs and differences in opinions, some women are so set in their ways and are unforgiving.
She had always been a sparkle of health doing daily morning brisk walks and eating mostly vegetables and fish with very little oil and lots of fruit, but still despite the clean health record from the Doctors, she died suddenly when her heart stopped without warning. Instead of taking prescribed drugs from the Doctors which could potentially lead to other problems, let alone side effects and what not, I am now healing with only these natural supplements and it has been very positive. My husband also stayed behind to be with me so my mother-in-law and father-in-law took Ashton on the trip. Your tummy is okay?” Second day, he asked: “Mommy why so long you aren’t here yet?” I had to explain to him again that I told him I cannot go and he sounded disappointed. We had a great time with the orphans and I am very glad that Amber Chia Academy and Pensonic supported this campaign.
He keeps asking me, “How many days are there to Christmas?” Christmas and his birthday are the 2 occasions that he looks forward to the most.
It is not entirely stroller friendly as there are a couple of bumpy rides but overall, a stroller comes in handy especially with younger toddlers. Had we been at school, the most we could have taken off would be 2-3 weeks but since we weren’t at school, 5 weeks was our Haven. With all this time, the world was their oyster and they only needed to drown themselves in anything that they wished.
Unfortunately for us, this was also a year that my Mother-in-Law passed away, my Mother passed away and the diagnosis of my heart disease happened, all within this last 2 months. It is nourishment for their soul to find themselves and it is only when you know who you are that you can truly succeed in this amazing world. We had no internet connection and relied only on the hotels’ wifi (which we didn’t book any, except Reyjavik’s), a GPS and our travel book. We went to the district which is famous for the hidden valley of elves, fairies, and puffin! I think it is because of the different experiences they had while they were in Iceland - rivers, waterfalls, larva field, fjords, valleys, hills, glaciers, icebergs, beaches, lagoons, towns, villages, and many more.
We went back to Keflavik, had a little rest before catching our flight back to Kuala Lumpur via Amsterdam at 2.30 o’clock in the morning. What was most important thing was the kids: as long as they enjoyed themselves, the whole trip would be the best we ever had. Ashton will be turning four soon, at the end of this month and it’s time for me to plan for baby number two. It is a different stage of motherhood, a different set of experience and I enjoy every moment of it. Recently, I asked him to try on a wig so that we can have an idea of how his sister will look like. I think it became a habit from the time he was little when I would ask him about his day without fail. Sometimes when I ask him about a certain character, he will go to Youtube and tell me the history. I also want to get out and about to different areas of the Trust and talking to staff and service users. So, we narrowed it down to Hong Kong (as they have Disneyland there), Japan (Disneyland too, but main language is in Japanese) and Australia (heard good reviews from people who travelled there with young children). Generally, the people there are ever willing to give an extra hand and give way to people with strollers. We also managed to visit the SeaLife Aquarium, spent some time at the DFO South Wharf by Yarra River. We of course pray that it never happens, but is it not wise to just be prepared even if a little? This is also something I have done before and is a good way to earn if you do not like moving about.
Actually, I should start this business on what to recommend for Stay-At-Home-Moms to do to earn an income! Instead of spending every waking moment in front of the TV, spend some time actually building something for yourself. If you consume it in very low quantities, you can probably get away with it, but if you are a regular consumer of processed food, at some point in your life or your child’s life, there are bound to be consequences. If you have poor circulation, certain parts of your body will start deteriorating and over time, disease sets in.
However, if you can be diligent to juice several times daily in order to make up for the lack of nutrients that your body requires, then you could almost negate the supplements but honestly, how many of us have the time to juice 6-7 times a day on top of eating 3 meals that are filled with several dishes of fruit and vegetables? Sometimes, it is a struggle, “Mommy I don’t like Chinese!” I think he is picking up Mandarin well.
For the first few days, he kept asking and looking for the iPad & tab – pining like a lost lover! Nooh is now 3-years young, and every time we look at him, we know we’ll miss his baby face and cheekiness when he eventually goes off to college to pursue his studies. I have led a life of over indulgence eating lots of sugary desserts and chocolate, and I literally ate anything I wanted to as nobody slapped me into consciousness. I have much more energy as a busy Stay-At-Home-Mom now (previously I would collapse in exhaustion whenever my Oxygen levels were low and sleep during the day for up to 4 hours) and I haven’t had a bout of chest pain since. By choice, we did not visit all the touristy sites in Europe because we decided from the start that this was a children’s trip to experience another continent, the weather, the food, the people, learn about currencies, and to observe most of all how people lived other than in our home country. We attended the Home schooling Sports Day which was completely different from a typical school’s sports day where the community just stuck together with support and trust with everyone seen helping one another and not being at competition with each other. When you truly know yourself, you get to dictate your own terms on how you will live your life and not have the urge to compare yourself and your life to anyone else like the majority of people do. This makes me realise that there is a reason for everything and had we not taken a gap year, the stress of these changes might have flung me towards a nervous breakdown. We wanted to discover Iceland’s glory for ourselves and decided that the best way to explore the country was on a road trip.
During that flight, the man who sat next to me would not allow us to change seats with him despite my child crying in front of him.
It was 11 o’clock and supposedly near midnight in our country but thanks to the midnight sun, it was bright as day.
I have been trying to conceive for a year and I thought a relaxing holiday may well do the trick. The other day, he told me, “Mommy, it is okay to have a boy” because I am used to comforting him with, “Ashton, it is okay…” whenever he is not happy with something. It is similar to a science centre; older children would be able to relate more on the exhibits. We learnt how to take a train to Brighton Beach where the famous colourful bathing boxes are located (those boxes are basically storage space for surfers). One would go mental and seriously lose a lot of self-esteem plus not to mention that once the kids leave the nest, you’d be crippled. I’m too lazy to bake these days so I’d most likely order from you instead if your cake tastes good. If you are interested, send me your CV and tell me what you like to do and I will find you a work from home job based on your interests, your time that you want to put in versus how much money you would like to make. Processed food contain food preservatives, additives, fillers, food conditioners and flavourings, or you would not be able to keep them in your pantry for more than a few days. Because it not only feeds our already existing but dormant cancer cells within our body but overworks our pancreas and gallbladder into producing excessive insulin. Exercise will also strengthen bones and build muscles, keep a healthy heart and give you overall great health.
Of course there is a thing as too much water so the correct amount to drink per person is based on their weight in pounds (lbs) divided by 2 in ounces (oz).
Sleep is the time when our cells regenerate and heal, so if you sleep very little, there is very little opportunity for your cells to do a thorough and complete cell renewal process. And as much as I tried to diffuse situations, it was only me in the end that ended up getting burnt to charcoal. The lesson learnt is that if you have spent quality time with your loved ones continuously, the tragedy of loss will be much easier on the heart. I was an emotional eater too and that didn’t help so it was a very bad habit, this daily eating bad food habit.
I am praying very hard that these supplements will heal my heart so well that I will not have to go for an open heart surgery as the Doctors have suggested. Some just want their kids to get into the working world as fast as possible to either be ahead of their peers or to start earning as early as possible.
From the batch of my classmates and peers, I’d say less than 50% are performing what they graduated in.
It was an amazingly rich experience for us just spending the whole 35 days as a family unit moving from city to city, having to make decisions, compromise and spend quality time with host families in every country.
The kids got to participate in story telling sessions, yoga classes, baking classes, started Capoeira classes, went ice-skating, made an array of new dishes in the kitchen, learnt how to prepare a full dinner without my intervention, visited Bank Negara, the National Musuem, etc and you know what? Having this time out of school undeniably has given my girls a chance to get to know themselves better.
I have to really study all the cartoon characters as Ashton is getting more knowledgeable about the cartoons than me.
It’s a great tool for many reasons but is reading and posting about what you ate yesterday going to change your life? They are stuck because they never had the forethought to keep something for themselves and when shits hit the fan, they are well and truly stuck with not enough options. Whenever we consume sugar, our body produces a spurt of insulin to balance out our body’s blood sugar level. For example, take a heavy, large me who is 80kg which is 176lbs, divide that by 2 to make 88 ounces, which is the amount of water for my body to function optimally, which converted into litres is 2.64 litres. So when’re you can, do sleep and best by 11pm because that is the best time the body starts its healing work. Where are you?” It can be frustrating at times when I am busy at events but I enjoy the sweet feeling that he misses me. The ring is not my style but I love it and wear it because it was given to me by my beloved son. At that moment, I saw a different side of my son, the expressive side and the confident side. I truly think now that if you want your kids to love school, to give them a year out and keep them at home but do NOTHING with them until they get so bored that they are begging to go back to school. I am thankful that we did just that and so although we are terribly saddened by their deaths, we are not crippled and celebrate their passing with continuing their legacies in our daily living. And suddenly last year, when I least expected it just before my Mother passed away, I had a bout of chest pain and was diagnosed with heart disease.
Another blessing is that I found a business that I could run from home and am exploring other business opportunities too!
I want him to know that there are children who are not as fortunate as him,  children who do not have parents but are still able to stay positive. Some did a degree of their parent’s choice because they just couldn’t decide and didn’t know how to decide, some are just going with the flow and carrying on with the degrees they’d graduated with. It has given them a quiet confidence that no school could ever instil as it is a solo journey of self-discovery.
He can also explain somewhat the meaning of words – “Surprise is when you see something and you are happy” and “Disgusting is when the people are very ugly”. When I asked him to tell me bed time stories instead, he insists that it is Mommy’s job to do that. You could have your own definition but better still if whatever you do actually contributed to the family income, wouldn’t that be fantastic?
It takes many years of experience to know what works and what doesn’t and I have experimented with various blogs to learn all that.
Over time, our body becomes insulin resistance and despite the pancreas producing more insulin, it no longer works to remove the sugar from our blood. However if you exercise or are active and sweat a lot, then there is no harm drinking a little more than your recommended water intake. If you have work to do, wake early to do it even at 4am, but sleep early rather than sleep late. It is not that I have no confidence in him but he is such an active character, always bouncing about, moving and learning ever so quickly that I am amazed he could listen to the drama teacher’s instructions pretty well.
Just be the politician and be nice to everyone even if you do not really agree with what others do. Some people are not so fortunate and feel a deep sense of regret, sometimes for the rest of their lives.
I hope he continues with this habit in future as I want to be able to give him proper advice when required.
When I asked him about his China trip, he told me, “Boring, Mommy!”  I am looking forward to our little family holiday trip. I am very grateful that my kids had this opportunity to give themselves the time and love for the things they are truly passionate about. We grabbed a couple of souvenirs at Paddy’s Market for decent prices and our kids were overjoyed with their new kangaroo and platypus soft toys.
I’m just saying out of the very little time that you already have, spend a portion of it doing something productive. Like it or not, we will die without water and water contains good Hydrogen that will repair and cleanse out our defective cells known as free radicals from the body. I want to spend as much time as possible with him so I try to cut down on my trips and travel. So listen up, if you have not been spending quality time with your loved ones, start now because they can go. Happy with sticking to our core degrees and spending the rest of our lives making a living out of it? Free radicals are defective cells that get produced from bad food, stress, environmental pollutants, smells, creams, pollution, and the mere act of breathing because our body is like a car and cars produce fumes as a by product from burning fuel. If any of you are Stay-At-Home-Moms and want to have something for yourself apart from children and the household only, there are definitely options that you could explore. Time to come home.” I am touched that he misses me so much but sometimes I feel helpless, not being able to have him understand why I cannot be with him. However, most people aren’t consuming sugar after a long workout and their livers are already full of glycogen. And I believe that even if you had the most forward thinking women in a group, this problem will still surface. It is a big problem because now, not only have we lost a source of big income, we have an extra expense – HOSPITAL BILLS!!!
So please, please, please, make a conscious decision on how you will be improving your lifestyle health-wise today. Some of this fat gets shipped out, but a part of it remains in the liver and builds up over time and you get Liver Disease. Eating sugar also increases bad cholesterol and triglycerides and can contribute to Leptin resistance which will then cause weight gain, cravings, sleep problems and such.
Eating sugar will create an addictive sugar response in the brain plus it doesn’t fill you up and instead encourages you to eat more.



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