Nicola Egan lives with pain – but like many similar people I have met in my role as mental wellbeing explorer… she finds a way forward to wellbeing and happiness. Nicola is one of the most upbeat people you could ever meet. She started teaching makeup artistry at The Waverley Academy over 3 years ago .
I witnessed something special this morning: a group of parents taking their young children in wheelchairs, to the gardens of the Happy Pear Clondalkin.
I was honoured to be in attendance at the National Parents Council Primary conference on Saturday last. The theme for the conference was: “Seen and Heard – The Childs Voice, Making A Difference”
I’m a big believer that mindset and thinking are crucial towards mental strength and wellbeing. In fact – its not just me – the evidence is overwhelming – you are what you think.
Last week was a great week as my exploits continue as a Mental Wellbeing Explorer: My sponsors and educational partners The Waverley Academy, have donated another €2000 to assist with the development of the Winning Minds Movement