‘The currency of blogging is authenticity and trust’ – Jason Calacanis Wow! When I started my blog two years ago, I really didn’t know what I was doing! I’d never even read a blog, let alone knew how to write one. I didn’t know if anyone would be interested in my ramblings or my tiny… Continue reading My 100th post!
How to stay young
‘Aging is not lost youth but a new stage of opportunity and strength’ – Betty Friedan OK, perhaps the title is a little ambitious, after all the clock keeps on ticking for us all and time seems to go in a flash. However, studies have shown that there are things we can all do, beyond… Continue reading How to stay young
Climb Every Mountain
‘The difference between a mountain and a molehill is your perspective’ – Al Neuharth Recently the husband of a friend of mine climbed to Everest Base Camp. He literally climbed a mountain! Whilst most of us will never do anything as ambitious as that, I do think that the quote above is very true. Whilst… Continue reading Climb Every Mountain
Bringing Colour into our Lives
‘Pink isn’t just a colour, it’s an attitude!’ – Miley Cyrus Have you ever thought about the colours you wear and the impact they have, both on you and others around you? Do you tend to wear light or bright clothes when things are going well and darker ones when things are not so good?… Continue reading Bringing Colour into our Lives
Tips for getting through the winter months
‘Invest in yourself, you can afford it’- Rashon Carraway So Christmas is behind us, but here in the UK there are still at least a couple of months before spring comes along. If, like me, you’re getting fed up with the cold, wet weather and the long, dark evenings, here are a few tiny tweaks… Continue reading Tips for getting through the winter months
New Year, new you? The Tiny Tweaks method
‘The journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step’ – Lao Tzu When I first started this blog, my focus was on the tiny tweaks we can all make to gradually improve our health, happiness and general wellbeing. It still is my focus but I’ve veered off the path a few times! I’ve… Continue reading New Year, new you? The Tiny Tweaks method
‘Lessons from a Christmas tree! * Be a light in the darkness * We all fall over sometimes * You can never wear too much glitter * Bring joy to others * Sparkle and twinkle as often as possible * It’s OK to be a little tilted’ – Jane Lee Logan Whether you are celebrating… Continue reading Happy Christmas!
How to spend less this Christmas
‘The way you spend Christmas is far more important than how much’ – Henry David Thoreau How true is that? It’s so easy to get caught up in the consumerism around Christmas, so that we sometimes forget that it isn’t what we spend in terms of money but how we spend our time that really… Continue reading How to spend less this Christmas
Self-care tips as we head into the festive season
‘Self-care is not self-indulgence, it is self-preservation’ – Audre Lorde Maybe it’s the long Winter evenings or perhaps it’s the sight of Christmas trees and decorations appearing in the shops. Maybe it’s the traditional Christmas adverts on TV or the anticipation on children’s faces. Maybe there’s a sparkle of something in the air. Whatever the… Continue reading Self-care tips as we head into the festive season
‘Around here we don’t look backwards for very long. We keep moving forward, opening up new doors and doing new things, because we are curious . . . and curiosity keeps leading us down new paths. Keep moving forward’ – Walt Disney Next weekend the clocks go back in the UK by one hour. Where… Continue reading Going backwards?