Family Love

My family hardly keeps in touch.  It happens.  It seems everywhere I look, other families are floating in the same boat of non communication. Is texting good or bad?  I don’t know the answer, but it’s a blessing in my life, because it enables me to send little messages of love, […] Read more »

Tips to Inner Well Being – No. 1 Letting Go

Today’s post is the first in a series of tips aimed at growing your Inner Well Being. Letting go is a good place to start, but what do I mean by ‘letting go’? Take the time to walk around your home and really notice everything. You may only live in […] Read more »

Inspirational Insight

‘There is only one success – to spend your life in your own way’    Christopher Morley What if you were brave enough to live your life in your own way.  How would it be different? This isn’t about living a selfish life, it’s about having the confidence and self esteem to […] Read more »

Inspirational Insight

‘Either we have our dreams or we live our dream’ – Zoe Koplowitz This Inspirational Insight highlights the difference between dreaming and doing. You can choose to spend your time dreaming about how you want to spend your life or you can start bringing your dreams to fruition. Tomorrow is […] Read more »

It’s that time of year

It’s that time of year when my social calender goes through the roof.  So many friends, family and colleagues to meet, catch up with and share.  It’s a whirl.  I love it.  Every single minute. I love it because not one person is grumpy or sarcastic or any of the […] Read more »

Peace of mind

Peace of mind always gets a high response to the questions ‘what are you looking for?’ or ‘what would make you happy?  With this in mind, I thought you would like to share this story. “Once Buddha was walking from one town to another town with a few of his […] Read more »

Committed to fear

Most people I know want to do something different.  They all have hopes and dreams of what they would like to be/do or have sometime in the future.  It’s always set sometime in the future.  Do you recognise yourself amongst the ‘future’ generation? Last week I spent a few days with a […] Read more »

Sunday Paper Blues

I had a lovely day yesterday.  Despite waking up to that fine misty rain that goes right through you and grey stormy skies we decided to go to Ickworth House in Suffolk on the premise that we could view the house at the very least.  Having been given National Trust memberships last […] Read more »