David Pearce was born, raised and educated in England and now finds himself living in California because of his line of work in Information Technology. However, David decided to take a 'career break' (prior to accepting the work opportunity in California) and during that time he learned how to care for himself in a way that he had not previously been doing. You'll love this story of a man learning how to 'be' with himself, how to care for himself - and then taking that back out into the work arena.
I recently interviewed David's wife, Alison Braid,and you will learn more about the development of their relationship and marriage earlier this year in her interview. See a link to Alison's interview at the bottom of this interview.
You can listen to the interview with David's wife, Alison Braid, here.
Alison Braid is an English woman living in California. From that one sentence, I am filled with questions. I didn't really know Alison before the interview, although I had met her briefly when she was in Australia last. So join me as we meet her together and find out how, why, and when an English woman moves to the west coast of the USA.
In this interview we discuss that international move and what was, at the time, a new relationship that spurred the move (and how that relationship has changed during the last five years), what she thinks about living in North America, her volunteer work and, of course, as always we find out how she reconnected to the Ageless Wisdom.
Alison is a fun story teller, in a casual cup-of-tea way. After 15 minutes you will feel like you know her. I did.
You can listen to aninterview with Alison's husband, David Pearce, here.
Beverley Bulmer is a funeral celebrant in the UK. In the course of supporting bereaved families, she realised that they needed a lot of information - and while that information was available for those with the time and inclination to do the research, it wasn't easily accessible in one place. This was the seed of what has become her recently launched website, Leaving Gracefully. The information package is available in both hardcopy and electronic version. Of course, the information is specific to residents of the UK. However, the overall concept of taking responsibility for our end of life matters is relevant to us all, no matter where we live.
Gayle is innately curious about people; how they see the world, how they position themselves in the world and why they do what they do. She loves interviewing people for these same reasons.
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