The Weekly Wellbeing Round-Up #18: a weekend of wellbeing in Valencia.

When I was a medical student our favourite lecturer was Dr Andy Sparrow. Not because of his subject (which was anatomy) but because at random points throughout his slides he would show us pictures of his holidays – a bit of light relief in the midst of gruesome detail. I am currently at around 30,000Continue reading “The Weekly Wellbeing Round-Up #18: a weekend of wellbeing in Valencia.”

The Weekly Wellbeing Round-Up #15: making a plan to improve your wellbeing.

When I first became a GP, I decided that many of my patients who needed to make lifestyle changes also had undiagnosed conditions that resulted in problems with their understanding,  memory and planning processes.  There must be something wrong with them, so my reasoning went, because they left my consulting room chastened by me aboutContinue reading “The Weekly Wellbeing Round-Up #15: making a plan to improve your wellbeing.”

The Weekly Wellbeing Round-Up #13: digital wellbeing.

Any doctor reading this who had a pound for every patient who has uttered the words “I think I need an MOT, doc” would probably be reading this from the deck of their yacht, floating on the Mediterranean.  Usually when this is said, it’s in the context of a physical and sometimes interrelated mental healthContinue reading “The Weekly Wellbeing Round-Up #13: digital wellbeing.”

The Weekly Wellbeing Round-Up #2

Welcome back to the Weekly Round Up.  Have you enjoyed the start of the World Cup?  Or are you already counting the days until it’s over?  In our house, we fall firmly into the former category.  My kids have already chosen world cup fantasy football teams and we are planning our family last sixteen sweepstakeContinue reading “The Weekly Wellbeing Round-Up #2”