‘Surviving The House That Sat Down!’
‘Surviving the house that sat down’ is Alice May’s signature presentation. It is a positive and uplifting talk based on the events of three years ago when Alice’s house partially collapsed one day and she and her husband and 4 children were forced to move into a tent in the garden. They were on the verge of losing everything.
It was shocking! And yet it was not the end of the world. Amazing things can come from disaster.
As a direct result of what happened that day Alice is now happier than she has ever been before.
Using her own personal artwork as illustration, Alice’s signature talk gives a flavour of her inspiring journey from the ruins of her home to her life now as a published author, artist and public speaker.
There are two follow up presentations to Alice’s signature talk:
Chasing Rainbows: The Power of Art to Heal
Have you ever wondered how art therapy works?
In this presentation Alice May discusses the power of art to heal, whilst sharing a selection of her own original art and video painting demonstrations.
The world is an increasingly stressful place and it is so important that we find ways to deal with the pressures of everyday life.
Find out about the many different types of art therapy available to us today. Hear the present day theories on why it can be so effective and learn about the pioneering women who influenced the early development of art as a therapy.
Inspiration: The road to publication.
Come with Alice on her journey towards the publication of her first novel and learn about how the story of ‘The House That Sat Down’ was finally told. Hear Alice’s personal experiences of the world of vanity, self and independent publishing and get some hints and tips about writing and publishing your own novel.
Alice has spoken for many groups including:
The Women's Institute
The Towns Women's Guild
Successful Women in Business
Poole Yacht Club Ladies Night
The Live Laugh Love Ladies Club
Netley Marsh Parish Council
The New Milton Networking Group
Alice is also listed as a speaker on the official Hampshire Women's Institute Speakers List
I am totally honoured to have been nominated for a Venus Award 2017 as an 'Inspirational Woman'.