Day 3 Live your Legend 7 day self-discovery writing challenge So today is Day 3 of the writing challenge. Its Saturday and Parkrun day. Parkrun has been a challenge for me during the summer, for those not in the UK we have had a very long spell of heat wave conditions. I love the good... Continue Reading →
Day 1 Live your Legend 7 day self-discovery writing challenge. I've been going through a process of self development and re-evaluation recently and was wandering through TED talks today when this guy Scott Dimsmore jumped out at me. I watched the talk twice, wrote notes (I'm already an avid journal writer and always have multiple... Continue Reading →
I recently had the need to get a new battery for my iphone. Ok...... you may say. But this situation got me thinking. In the Apple store it wasn’t quite a teary goodbye to my phone but it was strangely interesting none the less. I wanted to be sure that it was safely bagged and... Continue Reading →
I love making sculpture from nature. It’s a very satisfying thing to do. I easily become absorbed in the creation process and find it very therapeutic, mindful. Balls, spheres, globes and other forms can be made from any natural product that is pliable. I like to use pine needles which are easily found under mature... Continue Reading →
The theory of attraction introduces the concept of giving to receive. This can be giving your time, giving a gift, giving friendship or whatever else you may like to give away. But the giving of money to encourage money to return is, in my mind, a fascinating thought. I first heard about this from Joe... Continue Reading →
Positive word project. Happy adjective feeling or showing pleasure or contentment. fortunate and convenient. I love the beach in any season. Happy! Happy! Happy! Happy! Four Beach Happies! Says it all!
I love the spring time, watching for signs of new life and right now my garden is a bustling hub of activity. I am not the tidiest of gardeners but that proves to be an advantage when wanting to encourage nature to your doorstep. After a fascinating couple of days watching the newly fledged blackbirds... Continue Reading →
I have always been more of a morning person and when the children were small I used to treasure the quiet, me time, before the family woke. Mornings for me now can start at any time from dawn until as late as after nine. But for as long as I can remember a cup of... Continue Reading →