Birthday Joy and Sadness

Two of my favourite people in the world have next-door birthdays.  First, there's Joe, my pops, who yesterday was 84.  He is a grumpy old sod with a heart of solid gold.  Actually, he's less grumpy than he appears.  Fact is, he's pretty deaf and so when there's a few people around he tends to […]

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Tap, tap, tap at the EFT World Summit

Yesterday I cried and realised I was still holding resentment about it. Strange thing is, I really haven’t thought about it consciously for years yet for it to have surfaced yesterday out of nowhere means I’d never let go of it. It was a bit like bursting a nasty little pimple! I could feel where the emotion was (in my tummy) and could easily assess how bad it was at the start (a 9).

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Terry’s Chocolate Orange – For Life or Just for Christmas?

Nothing less important to share this Good Friday lunchtime than an international conspiracy that I am right at the centre of and note that I have less than 48 hours to get this sorted. So syringe your ears, put your specs on and pluck away any stray nasal hairs that could prove detrimental in the olfactory department because what I’m talking about today is something that deserves the attention of all your senses.

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Inspirational Books

I love biographies and find this sort of story inspirational. I love the evidence of the strength we find within ourselves when we find ourselves between a rock and a hard place. I love getting an insight into other people’s characters and a reminder that life serves up challenges as a matter of course.

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Getting into Gear: Quarter 2

It's been a long time, I know.  But life goes on.  It's 1st April.  Today we start the second quarter of 2009, another new beginning and another opportunity to seize the day, let go of the past and look forward. I turned 50 last month and my friends were there for me, if not my […]

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