Wills, Weddings and Updating Your Documentation

By Jane Duncan Rogers / May 21, 2018 /

The royal wedding here in the UK has been a huge topic in the media of all kinds these last few weeks. However, I can bet that hardly anyone has been also talking to Prince Harry and Meghan about a crucial thing that needs to happen when a couple get married. It’s more usually thought…

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8 Pointers to a Very Different Kind of New Year Resolution

By Jane Duncan Rogers / January 4, 2018 /

A very different kind of new year’s resolution:  I want to let you into a secret (every year it used to be the same for me) – I would set a resolution (or several), think “this time it will be different,” and I would start well.   Slowly, though, the excuses would creep in, and…

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The 3 A’s of Living a Life of Joy

By Jane Duncan Rogers / September 6, 2017 /

1. Accept It took quite a couple of years to pluck up the courage to try internet dating after my husband died. At first even the thought of it was horrifying, and my first visit to a dating site ended after just a minute or so But as time passed, and I admitted I was…

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The Time is Now! What To Do To Be Fully Alive

By Jane Duncan Rogers / December 13, 2016 /

This short piece ‘The Time Is Now’ was written by my friend Bob German of  Young At Any Age. When he sent it to me I just wanted to share it.  Full stop. It is so wise. All the statements are summed up in the last one. So how can you choose love over this holiday…

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Why I’m Not Setting Goals This Year, But An ID Instead

By Jane Duncan Rogers / December 10, 2015 /

Intention-Directions vs Goals   ‘I don’t do setting goals; instead I focus on being me, loving myself as much as possible, taking opportunities that present themselves to me and watching my life unfold before me’. This is a paraphrase of what was said by a woman for whom I have a huge amount of respect.…

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Grief never ends…?

By Jane Duncan Rogers / June 7, 2015 /

Grief never ends is a very common belief, but it’s not true. Grief changes, because when you grieve a loss you are on a journey, whether you like it or not. A journey is about travelling, learning, growing; making mistakes, discovering and exploring. During this you will be changing; you can’t help it. So ditch the…

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