Looking for the heart of things

As much as I love blogging, occasionally I find things that speak for themselves. This ted talk is one of them. I have found some exceptionally good bloggers/writers during this Covid 19 lockdown and am so glad I opted to utilise my time reading.  Emma is a writer who likes to tackle a variety of […]

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Simple is nice

My inspiration this post comes from someone well-known and long dead. He said:  “Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication.” –Leonardo da Vinci I read a lot about what makes good blogging. I am still working on the answer but as I am a firm believer that dreams don’t have an expiry date, I am happy to […]

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Roses and Doubts

There are days I doubt all the work I have done, wonder why I lost time and energy because like most creative people I doubt myself. It is these doubts that led me to poetry because the beauty of poetry is the way it allows flexibility to say what we think in the way we […]

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Are you missing out? Get over it.

“Do not spoil what you have by desiring what you have not.” Ann Brashares  If it seems I may be a little quote obsessed by the numerous quotes that crop up in my blog posts, you may be right. Too often though the right quote says exactly what is on my mind. For instance, the […]

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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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