We Are In This Together.
Here at Grow we are all about looking at the positive side of life – there is enough media looking at the negative. So during this time of uncertainty and unknown all around the world, we wanted to launch a new feel-good project called Grow Voices!
We started by asking people around the world to share a 3-min selfie video diary with us each week during the COVID-19 lockdown to tell us how they are turning challenges & difficulty into positives!
Here are their stories…
Churches in Exeter have launched a dedicated StudentHelp service offering emotional and practical support for university students who are under local lockdown restrictions. Students in the city are not currently permitted to meet indoors with anyone who is not in...
Stagecoach is implementing some positive changes to bus timetables and is set to increase the frequency of buses in Exeter city, offer early morning buses, and respond to passenger feedback on previous changes. From the 6th September, Stagecoach has put in place...
In this episode, Dave Stickland talks about our body energy, how macronutrients get our system going and the benefits of exercising.
Carrie Butler is leaving the computer camera to give us a little peak at the beautiful view of Bellingham, Washington where she enjoys the nature living!
When Sarah Knight is not outdoor cycling and swimming, she reads. And this week, she is giving us a book review: Man's Search For Meaning by Viktor E. Frankl.
Ollie Dixon is cooking for us this week. Her vegetarian quinoa dish serves 4 to 5 person. Here's the recipe: • Preheat oven 350f / 180c • Grease cookie sheet with coconut oil • 2 medium sweet potatoes or 1 large sweet potato • 1/2 large red onion • 5 garlic cloves • 1...
We are building a legacy everyday, and some contributions can be transformative. Patrice Donalds-Morgan, from the Cayman Islands thinks of the ways on how our legacy can be elevated and how to bring positive change.
In his fifth episode of Grow Voices, Alan Hancock is telling us about elk burgers, his neighbourhood cat fight and his personal whistling rules.
Headaches. Where do they come from, why are they there and what can we do against them? In her fifth episode of Grow Voices, Adele Stickland answer these questions for us and brings us solutions.
Have a peaceful moment and sing along with CindyReithmeir. In her 6th episode of Grow Voices, she sings from Zion Canyon, in California.
How wonderful is it to feel surrounded and loved! Washington is slowly getting back to normal. Businesses start to reopen and small gatherings are now allowed. Carrie Butler tells us how she gets back to connecting to people.
It's sunny and hot in Devon. Sheeps are out and about with their lambs and Jen Marshe's footages are just heartwarming and so cute.
Book review: Dave Stickland is giving us some reading advices and introduces four essential books for self development in the business world.
Highlight of Sammi Teisina's sunny week in England with, as always, a hairstyle tutorial. And this week, she teaches us how to make a boho fishtail braid.
In these tough times, it is important to take care of your mental health and keeping faith in a bright future. Benjamin Horta is giving us some updates on the current health situation in Brazil and what he does to have fun and take care of his wellbeing.
Emotions, sometimes hidden, remain present in your system. And internalising them will cause stress. Stress causes diseases. Adele Stickland is giving us tips on how to deal with emotions to have less stress.
According to Cindy Rethmeier, singing lullaby has real healing properties. Have a peaceful moment and sing along with Cindy from her beautiful garden in California.
In her fifth episode of Grow Voices, Carrie Butler asks us an interesting question: How and when do we process our emotions? Is it online, with friends or family or do we keep them to ourselves?
Hearing all negative news on a daily basis can be discouraging. Dave Stickland is giving us 3 book reviews to thrive us to positive thinking about our future.
During lockdown, it's hard to keep distance from your family. But what if your family are your co-workers? Jen Marshe's footage taken in her organic sheep farm are heartwarming.
It's been hot here in Britain this beginning of summer and if you have long hair, you probably need to pull them up quite often. Sammi Teisina is showing us how to do it, in a stylish way.