Written by : TXG

Written by : TXG

Summer reading – Part Three

Article By TXG   |   13th August 2021

Who or what am I anyway? Starting with the wonderful Carribean poet Derek Walcott’s “Love after Love” to get us in the mood to know and love ourselves, let’s go on an inner journey of sorts…starting with Irvin Yalom’s ‘Gift of Therapy‘  and then work through Sarah Hill’s ‘Where did … Read more

Summer reading – Part Two

Article By TXG   |   6th August 2021

Nature and place Where could we start other than Thoreau’s Walden  to prompt us to get walking and wandering, especially if you started with Maria Popova’s book in Part One? Mary Oliver’s wild poetry lifts and soothes the soul in equal measure – Wild Geese Bloodaxe World Poets. Wendell Berry … Read more

Summer reading – Part One

Article By TXG   |   30th July 2021

As it’s the summer and perhaps we have a little bit of time on our hands, or just want to change the pace a little, we’ve pulled together 3 summer reading explorations for you.  They are loosely themed and we hope you’ll enjoy diving into these themes in a slightly … Read more

The Garden Cafe

Article By TXG   |   16th June 2021

The Garden Cafe Lambeth Palace Road London, SE1 7LB 020 7401 8865 Garden Café This is a little gem. In a modern, airy space around a courtyard at Lambeth Palace, which also houses the Garden Museum (worth a visit in its own right), is the Garden Cafe. Friendly and calmly … Read more

Brat at Climptons Arch

Article By TXG   |   22nd May 2021

Brat at Climptons Arch 374 Helmsley Place Hackney E8 3SB www.bratrestaurant.com/climpsons-arch The first Brat in Shoreditch is a fabulous restaurant and this outside residency at Climpson’s Arch delivers everything we have come to expect from this incredible team.  The food is spectacular, the wine list interesting and thoughtfully built, and … Read more

The Engineer

Article By TXG   |   11th May 2021

The Engineer 65 Gloucester Avenue London NW1 8JH www.theengineerprimrosehill.co.uk The location description of ‘by the canal’ is technically correct, but you won’t find yourself sitting with a view out of the ducks if you come here!  It does, however, have a very sweet courtyard garden, with lovely staff, and well … Read more

TXG Recommended Book List 2021

Article By TXG   |   6th April 2021

Coaching Client Book List This has been a year unlike any other and has allowed some more time for catching up on reading and online resources for many of the coaches in the TXG team. We asked them to let us know which books they have read in the last … Read more

Someone has to be first

Article By TXG   |   27th October 2020

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Article By TXG   |   2nd October 2020

It is a tough time to feel gratitude with all the changes we have faced in 2020. This year has been as challenging as many of us have ever known. As someone who is going through cancer treatment, shielding and facing the restrictions that have come about as a result … Read more

In a world where you can be anything, be kind

Article By TXG   |   25th September 2020

I first came across this quote following the suicide of Caroline Flack. Now perhaps more than ever, mental health is talked about and with lockdown and the effects of Covid-19, more and more people are struggling with their feelings. We never know what is going on behind the scenes for … Read more

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