Chilling Corner in July

I think routine is one of the most important habits we can cultivate. It’s a familiar pattern we can follow in times of stress. I could manage a few days in the desert if I had a few books, well, maybe that is a bit ambitious. I do love it though and by sharing I […]

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Brain and body getting Physical – Wendy Suzuki and Olivia Newton-John

This came my way last week and though most of us already know the content to be true, I thought it would be interesting to share it. We know exercise is good for us, but it is fascinating to see the reaction happening in the brain. Wendy Suzuki does a great job approaching physical work […]

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Happiness, productivity, and approaches to life

One of the lesson I think to be learned out of this new normal is the importance of doing. Every day we are regaled with amazing stories of people who are finding new ways to do things. Interestingly enough some will most likely continue this new way. Adversity has a strange way of bringing the […]

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Saying more with less

The last few months we have been the victims of a pandemic that not only stole lives but crippled economies worldwide. I would have thought that the world had suffered enough to rethink our values and our behaviours in the past, and certainly this new threat has given us reasons to pause and think on […]

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Chilling Corner in June

Autumn is doing a great job of chasing Summer away and if I were anywhere but the tropics I would be starting to think about warmer clothes instead of looking longingly at things I probably won’t wear unless I go on holidays, and that isn’t going to happen any time soon. Reading however is another […]

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A girl, a violin and magic of sand

I thought it might be nice to share something a little different and a lot beautiful. Ironically, this particular episode of America’s Got Talent Finale was filmed February this year. While Covid 19 was preparing for war, life was going on around us, including talent shows. I am a little ashamed (not really) to admit […]

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The biggest mistake we can make is repeating the past

I hate that this is true, not just for me but for many others. There is no doubt that we are affected by what happens around us – we think it, may say it but what do we do to change things? I don’t know about anyone else but I don’t think I do enough. […]

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