Just before we went into lockdown in mid-March I was picking up some last-minute supplies (OK, toilet paper) and something caught my eye: a Rubik's Cube. I'd never actually solved one, but on a whim
It's been a long time since I've done some improv. More than a year, in fact. But I felt like we'd never been apart, when yesterday I stepped back on the "stage" after a lengthy hiatus.
I thought it might be a good idea to share my thoughts on how quarantine at home has been going. I don't have transmissions from the very beginning of our lockdown, but I do have
Social media (and indeed the overall image of ourselves we project into the world) needn’t be strictly our successes; make room to share the things that get you down as well My friend Katy Schutte
I've been thinking a lot about how I treat the me who lives in the future. This was partially spurred on by finding a twenty euro note in a pair of jeans I hadn't worn
"Let me tell you how my 2019 was..." Great things Having a baby Neve rules. She's so fun and funny and different from her older sister. A watcher and observer, a dedicated wonderer
I don't go away for business very frequently, but a few times a year I'm out of town for a night or two. There's a real push/pull scenario at play when these occasions crop up.
I must confess: I wasn't comfortable with the title of my latest Guardian Masterclass: Boost your authenticity and charisma: a masterclass in personal magnetism. As confident and proud as I am, the Canadian in me
Recently I've been thinking about how much I love learning. Learning for the skills and knowledge acquired, and also just for its own sake. And I think it's important to never stop learning. At least
I'm currently making a video for work. Actually, I've been making a bunch of videos for work recently. And by making I mean I've been doing everything from writing scripts, shooting on location, directing, doing