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Text reading “Barry Winbolt’s podcast. Sarah Browning. Time for Kindness.” Under it are photos of Barry, a man with light skin tone, grey hair and beard, wearing glasses and a white top with a blue shirt over it, and Sarah, a woman with light skin tone and blonde hair, smiling broadly.

Get a Better Handle on Life podcast with Barry Winbolt and Time for Kindness

I’m on the Get a Better Handle on Life podcast with Barry Winbolt and you can listen to it now on your favourite podcast app or right here: . We had such an enjoyable chat about kindness – I’d love to hear your thoughts when you’ve listened to it.

Sarah sat at the head of a large table which has 6 other people sat at it, each with papers, pends and some snacks in front of them. Behind Sarah is a large screen with a Power of Kindness slide on it, her tall Time for Kindness sign sits to the side.

Leadership for Personalised Care.

I’ll be running the Power of Kindness wellbeing workshop on 1st May for Leadership for Personalised Care. Did you know that when people notice kindness in their working and wider life: My workshops teach people the habits to make that happen and create action plans to put the habits into practice. Hopefully you can come

A screen mounted on a wall which shows a photo of staff wearing maroon alongside text saying "vets wear maroon." Beside the screen are photos and names of pets.

Vets screen update increases accessibility.

“My vets, Live Well Llantrisant, is so accessible for my Autistic brain and I consider it a huge kindness – they’ve recently included slides on their screen to show what colour each type of staff member wears so you know who you’re speaking to. Obviously when at the vets it’s usually for something stressful so

Sarah wearing a hoodie which says "kindness matters" and smiling broadly beside text reading "I am speaking at the Charity Meetup" with the Time for Kindness logo above it.

I’m speaking at the Charity Meetup.

Wonderful Sarah Browning, our head kindness cheerleader, is both speaking at and running a short session on the power of noticing kindness at the Charity Meetup on 12th April. Get all the details right here: . Read some more around this topic before you come, or even if you can’t make it!: See kind:

Sarah wearing headphones and sat behind a microphone smiling broadly. Beside her text reads “I’m on the Sport Sister podcast!”

Sarah on the Sport Sister podcast!

I’m on the Sports Sister podcast with Olympian, Donna Fraser! I’m speaking as a grass-roots football parent as we dive into the topic of developing life skills through sport and why these skills are so important for women and girls, among other things. Give it a listen on your favourite podcast app or through this

Sarah smiling broadly and wearing a “kindness matters” hoodie. Beside her is text reading “the power and connection of kindness with ethical Reading.”

The power and connection of kindness

I’m so excited to be talking about the power of kindness at the Ethical Reading meeting on 23rd January. The theme of the session is “The power and connection of kindness” and you’re invited! You can get a ticket to the webinar here or through the Ethical Reading website.

a hand holding a worry stone, the thumb on the dip. The hand rests on purple dungarees sat on a bus seat.

Stranger gifts a reassuring smile.

“I was on the verge of meltdown after a Universal Credit appointment and was trying to self soothe and calm myself down on the bus home. A woman on the bus in charge of two young children saw me and gave a reassuring smile which felt a lot like her saying ‘it’s ok, I see

the charity freelancer chat logo; the words sit in overlapping orange and blue circular shapes.

Charity Freelancer Chat is filled with kindness.

“For anyone who’s ever been to a Charity Freelancer Chat – thanks so much ❤. I’ve been heartened by just how willing people are to get involved and help out: In our first session, Lauren Baxter created the directory for everyone to contribute to – not just our names, services, and LinkedIn profiles, but other

A red book with "kinder conversations" on it above two speech bubbles. One reads "talk it out," the other "without falling out." Below them is the name Tim Keogh and the text "join the movement for a kind life."

Kind book recommendation: Kinder Conversations by Tim Keogh

I was so excited to see this book recommendation from Clare Knighton over on LinkedIn. Her post declared “I finally found my Bible! If this book isn’t on your shelf, or in your hand, then make space and order yourself a copy!” High praise and I certainly can’t wait to give Kinder Conversations by Tim

Holly stood with a walled garden a stone path and a fence in the background she's wearing a denim jacket

What if… accessibility and inclusion are at the heart of your communications

I’m delighted that my guest this month is Holly Tuke, a disability blogger, freelance writer and charity comms professional. She shares with us how the kindness of accessible communications makes her feel, as a person living with a visual impairment. She also provides some top tips for resources to help you make your comms as