Tim, who has become our resident guest post author, explains why he has always hated Christmas, New Year and some other days. Continue reading “I have always hated Christmas and the New Year” »
The legacy effects of our current parenting skills will only be fully appreciated once our children have matured. Then, the positive – and less positive attributes we have taught will be that legacy. This week, guest writer Hilary Smith shares her research and views on this most valuable of topics. Continue reading “10 Reasons why you should put down your smartphones!” »
Are you getting a regular, good night’s sleep?
Having spent almost two decades working 24/7 shifts, I understand only too well the impact this has on our health and relationships, and for our productivity in the workplace [Shift work and Sleep – via the Sleep Foundation]. I wrote about this subject a few years ago in my article, “Sleep … Ah, that’d be nice!”
Before the internet – and particularly before social media, I had a social life! What the hell happened? Continue reading “Social Media Stole My Social Life” »
Just let go!
But that doesn’t fit in with what we’ve always been taught, does it? Continue reading “How giving up can make you a success!” »
Catherine provides a young voice and a touching account as our wonderful guest author for Day 4 of this week long series. She is courageous in sharing her story and I found when reading this account, whilst preparing it for publication, a number of thoughts and emotions. I felt incredible compassion but also a sense of hope – that with the determination Catherine holds, she will continue to grow trust in the world. Continue reading “Living with Anxiety – Day 4” »
Life is full of unexpected happenings and today our guest author, Tim, shares what for some will be a biggie. For others, they can find acceptance quite easily. So, why is that?