We are spending Christmas at the beach and it occurred to me at 4:30pm today that maybe I need new togs. Umm I know - not organised AT ALL. I drawled through swimsuit websites searching for something that didn't come under the category of “itsy bitsy” but didn't have any success. I love the swimsuit I … Continue reading Swimsuit sorted
There is a story about a man named Harris who goes to a newsstand with his friend to buy a newspaper and the vendor is very rude to him. His friend seems to ignore the vendor's behaviour and is polite back to him and wishes him a good evening. As they walk away Harris says … Continue reading Do unto others…
As part of the Blogging 201 course yesterday, I watched a video by Andrea Badgley titled "Publish in 10 minutes per day". Check it out - it's full of awesome tips. She tackles the issue of writer's block with the suggestion that we set aside a box and fill it with prompts, adding to it anytime we think … Continue reading There’s no such thing as writer’s block
I know this may not be popular - but here goes: The only way to save money is not to spend money. Oh I know – killjoy! Over the next few weeks you will be bombarded with "great deals " - MASSIVE DISCOUNTS, 50% OFF, Buy two, get the third FREE! Christmas, Boxing Day and New Year sales designed to entice you into spending … Continue reading Discounts don’t lead to savings
Do you feel like there is a part of your personality that's become a bit of an old biddy? You don't get young people today and you don't understand a word they say? Maybe it’s the slang words that you don't quite understand or maybe its words pronounced in an odd way (its not aks … Continue reading I have no idea what you mean!
Why is it that my emotions take me away from living optimally? A little resentment here, a bit of offence there, a stroppy encounter here, throw in some unmet expectations and ... Houston, we have a problem! Last week I had two instances where my Christian hat fell off (I lost my temper and said … Continue reading Be kind