Sometimes it can feel as if our lives are on a set route, a track of destiny if you will, and it can be hard to see a change in circumstance, without fantasising about unreasonable and unlikely change.
I’m going to be honest and say I’m a bit rusty when it comes to face to face networking. It’s easy to distance yourself from the people behind the screen when it’s a message on social media or a comment on the blog and as much as you try to grow your connections, nothing will make as much of a lasting impression than that of a face to face meeting.
Monday morning is the start of a new week. It’s not usually everybody’s cup of tea as it signifies the beginning of unwanted chores, such as going back to work after a weekend off, or battling with that dreaded load of washing that has been piling up gradually on your chair. Everyone knows the chair.Continue reading “Home Decor Haul & My First Week In The Flat- Monday Motivation”
Maybe you’re one of these people who sleep in, especially on the weekends, and then wonder why the day has slipped away so quickly?
In a world where instant gratification is expected, we seem to have lost our patience.
I truly believe that in order to fulfil ones potential, we need to move past societal expectations and make our own paths.
As time passes I’m finding it easier and easier to write. It’s also most likely that age old saying that reading more makes you a better writer, which to no ones surprise, is true. My latest venture has been the Outlander series by Diana Gabaldon, which has been an interesting take on the Scottish highlandsContinue reading “Generational Game Changer: The Art Of Writing”
Relaxing gave my brain the chance to think, to reset itself. The stress from the previous week vanished and I was suddenly on a level playing field once more…
Others may not agree with me, and they have a right to their opinion.
Are you like me? Do you find yourself overwhelmingly jealous of friends or family because they seemingly have everything under control? It’s a niggling feeling that digs under your skin, probes at your brain, that little thought that maybe there’s a reason you’re unhappy, unsettled. Maybe it was that slightly bad thing you did backContinue reading “Looking Past Jealousy”