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Linda Parkinson-Hardman

Hi, my name is Linda Parkinson-Hardman and I’m the owner (or is it lessee?) of the healthy happy woman blog and I love to stop and natter over a cup of tea, so why don’t you join me? That’s it, settle down with your favourite afternoon tipple and let’s start a journey into empowerment.

I’m a transformational coach, women’s health advocate, writer, and I love working with people and technology. I’m passionate about empowering people to take control of their health, happiness, well-being and success and I love to know what makes people tick.

So go on, why not join me for a while and let’s share a part of each other’s life journey for a while.

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Recent posts

7 day drink more water challenge

I know I don’t drink enough water during the day, particularly when I’m working. I set out with the best of intentions to do so, but even with the glass at my side I forget it’s there because I’m so…

Things I know to be true – What you see is what you get

There’s a term in the IT world and it’s WYSIWYG, it’s been used since the 1990’s and refers to the design of online systems and it means that what developers see when they’re designing something is the same as what…

The art of listening 3 ways

I listened to a conversation that took place between Liz Scott and Dicken Bettinger last week about the art of listening deeply and it was truly insightful. Dicken spoke about the way most of us who have been trained in…

The coaster of thought

I’m guilty m’lud of taking the world around me for granted. I look at the wonders of creation and barely give them a second thought. Of course that tree is growing, my dog wants me to pat him, a friend…

Seeing through the illusion of illness

I realise the title of this post is likely to raise a few eyebrows at the very least, and perhaps it will even cause some to say ‘illness, an illusion? I think not!’ in some indignation so I’d ask you…

Recent interviews

In conversation with Ken Banks

This week, I’m in conversation with award winning social entrepreneur who founded kiwanja.net, an NGO focused on applying mobile technology for social and environmental change in the developing world, especially in Africa. Ken is currently Head of Social Purpose at…

In conversation with Lin Treadgold

This week, I’m in conversation with Lin Treadgold who joined me in 2013 with her first book, Goodbye Henrietta Street. Lin is a member of the Romantic Novelists Association. She’s now working on her third and fourth novels,

In conversation with Gill Donnell

I have real pleasure in introducing someone I’ve long admired and who has long been committed to empowering women in the workplace, much as I do with their health and well-being. Gill Donnell is the founder of the Successful Women…

In conversation with Martha Gabler

This week, I’m in conversation with Martha Gabler, who originally joined me on the Thursday Throng in October 2013 with her book about autism titled, Chaos to Calm: discovering solutions to the everyday problems of living with autism. Martha’s son…

In conversation with Tom Evans

This week, I’m in conversation with someone who has been described as being as close to a real-life wizard as you can get, the author of 16 books, Tom Evans.