Things that make you feel good, inspire you or stir something deep inside can have a profound effect.

Knowing what inspires you, can motivate and support you in understanding more about yourself, what’s important to you and the life you want to lead. Inspiration can be found in many different places. So, wherever you are notice what you are drawn to and be sure to surround yourself with good and positive things. Even small things can make a big difference. Here are some things that inspire me…

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© Douglas Wilson

Caleb's Arcade

Caine’s Cardboard Arcade
Checkout this short film about a 9 year old boy who was following his dreams when one day his path crossed with a kind filmmaker, Nirvan Mullick who was looking for a car door handle. Very likely to bring a tear to your eye!


Hanging out with a mate is always a nice thing to do!


Poetry talks to us deeply. It connects us and helps us feel understood.

This is an extract from a great poem, The Guest House by Rumi.

Knock Knock

Knock Knock
This 3 minute absolutely brilliant recital by Daniel Beaty on parenthood sends tingles through my body every time I listen to it. Perfect.

© Daniel Beaty


Words can be a great comfort as they accompany us in our journey.

An extract from a powerful poem, The Journey by Mary Oliver.


Life can be full of dreams and adventures.

This picture ‘On Top of the World’ sparkles with the magic of it.

© Lucy Loveheart


© Keetra Dean Dixon


Daphne Sheldrick, a great inspiration. Despite adversity and the painful loss of her husband David, she went on to set up a trust in his honour and continue the work they had started; to protect Africa’s gentle giants and wildlife. Today, Daphne’s daughter, Angela, her family and amazing team continue to work tirelessly to carry on this work.


© Jen Renninger


A dose of daily laughter is good for the soul! This daily dog blog by Rupert Fawcett assures you of that. Albeit you may have to understand Dog!

© Rupert Fawcett

Everything is a present

'Everything is a Present'

Wisdom from Alice, an incredible lady who aged 109 still practised the piano for 2 hours each day! She survived the concentration camps through her music, her optimism and her gratitude for the small things that came her way - a smile, a kind word, the sun. Aged 104 and 98 she made two prize winning films, Everything is a Present and We Want the Light with Allegro Films. Truly Inspirational.

© Christopher Nupen


This picture paints a thousand words.

We can all do small things with great love.

© Hannah Stonehouse Hudson


A shower of sprinkley magic each day will put a spring in your step


© asintended


© You Can Never Lose me, Corita serigraph 1972 (72-19), Courtesy of the Corita Art Center, Immaculate Heart Community, LA


There is something magical about being in nature.
You cannot put it in words but you feel it deep within.
It touches your spirit, heals and restores.


Some things just go straight to your heart.
All of Charlie’s illustrations tend to do that to me.


Andrea Bocelli

Hope is the light that illuminates our days. Despite born visually impaired, and becoming completely blind at age 12 after a football accident, Andrea Bocelli went on to become a lawyer and then an international opera singer. His voice and presence exudes pure grace, beauty and class. And his personal story, fuelled by courage and determination, leaves me speechless. I love the Perfect Symphony with Ed Sheerhan –the point at which where Andrea Bocelli joins in is exquisite.

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