Kindness People: Oliver Camp

Kindness is intrinsically linked to better health, so on this occasion, The Kindness Change series is glad to interview Oliver Camp from Global Alliance for Improved Nutrition to share his personal views on Kindness and Wellness. What we consume deeply matters. In your view – what is kindness essentially about? “I think kindness is about…

Kindness People: Patrycja Riera

I remember meeting Patrycja at my local church many years ago.  She is the type of person that leaves an electric, warm and positive impression on people. Aside from lighting up the room, she is an amazing singer too. The Kindness Change series is fortunate to interview Patrycja who is now the Founder and CEO…

Kindness People: Richie Mehta

The Kindness People series is fortunate to interview  Richie Metha on this occasion, who is the Managing Director of School of Marketing.  Richie is a Senior Marketing Leader and Academic, that has worked with a range of leading brands such as HSBC, RBS, Direct Line Group, Toyota, Informa and Pearson. Here are are some of…

Kindness the healthy way

“Kindness, for me, is about both self-acceptance and self-love, as well as showing this to others. It involves an act. Being kind is a verb, so we must follow through by showing our kindness and delivering it in a manner that makes a valuable difference to others. This can be in kind words, doing something…

Kindness People: Parul Patel

Parul is another live example of what it means to forge through adversity and come through it with her kindness still intact. Of Indian origin, Parul grew up in the UK. Wales is where she calls home now. Prior to moving back to Wales – Parul lived in London. She returned to Wales a few…

Omelette Joy

I was visiting a good friend recently ( social distancing). I had dinner earlier in the day and thought that my delicious big salad would sustain me. Oh I was wrong on that day. Thankfully my kind friend quipped up a delicious Middle Eastern omelette in 15 minutes. The omelette was such a good idea!…

“Abandon good, just try”

I was listening to a talk by artist Charlie Mackesy on abandoning “the idea of being good and just try” In his talk, he recalled a story of volunteering to teach a group of elderly people who live with alzheimer’s to draw. In the beginning of the drawing process a number of them were not…