The Solo Life Expert with Christine Ingall
In today’s podcast, I talk to author of Solo Success, Christine Ingall all about being on our own, or as she prefers to call it, being solo! We discuss the difference between being alone and loneliness, why being alone is becoming more common place (over 7 million people in the UK), the benefits of being alone and tips for combatting loneliness.
Christine Ingall was born in Gainsborough, Lincolnshire, the eldest of 6 children. She trained to be a teacher and was awarded a B.Ed. from Manchester University. However, she worked as a civil servant for 35 years, primarily in the development and implementation of policy and programmes, to support the unemployed and unskilled. Now retired, she lives ‘a charmed life’ in Leamington Spa, her adoptive home. A lover of the theatre and music all her life, she also recently retired as a voluntary drama teacher at a local theatre where she is still an active member.
Christine never expected to live alone and single for more than 30 years, or that her experience and expertise could ever form the basis of a book. A writer all her life, she hoped to be published one day. She is thrilled to have finished and published a book at last, and pleasantly surprised that it turned out to be a self-help guide. Since the publication of Solo Success, Christine has contributed articles to health and wellbeing magazines; recorded interviews for broadcast media; and exhibited and presented a workshop – Get rid of the fear and do something on your own in 2018 – at The Best You personal development Expo 2018. She recently joined Psychologies Magazine’s Life Labs as a contributor.
Solo Success! You CAN do things on your own is published by Panoma Press and available on Amazon, in good bookshops and via www.cjiwrites.com
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