Please forgive me. I’ve taken a little literary licence with this blog title; a play on the opening line to Charles Dickens’ A Tale of Two Cities. For those who haven’t read it, it’s a novel about Dickens’ belief in the possibility of resurrection and transformation,...
Time. It’s one of the greatest equalisers. We all get the same 24 hours per day, and what we choose to do with it is largely up to us.
There has been a shift over the last few years in how people relate to their use of time and how they communicate about it.
This blog discusses that.
It’s 31 December 2019. Last day of the year. Some are saying (most actually) that it’s the last day of the decade. Today I’m looking back, to look forward.
Keep your happiness levels up if for the month of December with an advent calendars of activities to get you through to the festive holiday season.
As a child, when the cereal were on the breakfast table, I would have read every word on the back of the box. What I am currently reading, and why?
I’ve spent some time this week reflecting on whether you can be happy when your body is not in the best of health. Logically it seemed to me that you can’t be.
What I would tell my younger self if I could write myself a letter and mail it back in time, given the benefit of hindsight.
You become what you think about all day long. If you are thinking graciously about your life, giving thanks for your circumstances and the people in it, then you will see and experience good.
Where we are not all equal is how we choose to live the life we have been given. Are you living your life with purpose? Do you know what your reason for being is?
Do you find old, destructive habits hard to break? You just need a new strategy.