‘Walking the talk’ with the month of April 2019 spent in Nice, France.
A great thing about being an independent consultant is that much of the work can be done from anywhere – I have a particular fondness for Nice.
Many of you might recognise from one of my photos (the sea-view, from my LinkedIn photo header of several years), that I use my distinctive A Tree of Life Sciences® logo and image as a watermark on my slides in presentations etc.
It’s invigorating to get away and create an environment to facilitate creative thinking and fresh ideas; this time developing talks.
Life throws all sorts of things at us all, over the years; but these days I am loving my work and being able to contribute something a bit different on occasions.
It was great to get away on this occasion in Nice, France. It is also great to be back home, in the UK.
Returned to the UK and discovered something new for the ‘The Spring Collection’
Full of the joys of Spring and with a spring in my step, I’d like to share some photos taken on 5th May on a family outing.
I wanted to capture a moment to share the magical experience of a walk in a bluebell wood, near to home in England! Awash with a carpet of bluebells, indicators of ancient British woodland.
For 6 things you might not know about bluebells click here
Here’s to work/life balance!
by Dr Julie Charlesworth
(All my own photos. P.S. that’s me and and my hubby of 39 years! We are also proud parents and grandparents together!)