…There is NO secret. Honestly. There is no answer that will be revealed when you’ve learned enough, or suffered enough. There is no Secret to happiness, success or lasting contentment. AND THATS GREAT NEWS! Great news for all of us; there is no secret to any of the things we all strive for - happiness, … Continue reading The secret is….
When I launched my first business venture in my late 30’s, I wanted to be the best International Event Manager in my field. I wanted to run superb, memorable events that people were clamouring to attend. I was clear about the hat I wanted to wear; I knew it fitted and suited me and that … Continue reading If the hat fits….
Running your own business can be all absorbing, exciting, challenging and - lonely. It can feel like nobody knows what’s happening in your world; how important it is that the next stage of your website is ready or that your followers went up by 30 this week. Sometimes, when you are running your own business, … Continue reading Is there anybody out there?
It's February! Yes, it really is. January has passed and along with it go so many 'best intentions' and 'new goals' and 'I really mean it this time's; yes, the dreaded resolutions that are set, year after year, in some inane attempt to become someone else. It reminded me of this blog I wrote during … Continue reading What’s your excuse?
I am happy with my lot. I know in my life I can have it all; motherhood, success, a happy marriage (27 years and counting), exotic holidays, a wonderful home, time with great friends, fabulous car, a wardrobe full of clothes I love, immaculate house hair and nails..... Sounds like a dream doesn’t it? Many … Continue reading You can have it all ladies….
Are you celebrating your successes? In the current financial climate, there is so much negative talk and focus that it is easy to lose sight of our achievements. The successes we have on a daily basis that should be noted and celebrated. Yet these get lost in the noise and overlooked; taking with them … Continue reading Are you celebrating your successes?
Alan Rickman was one of those actors who I always believed; no matter whom he was creating or representing in his portrayals, I always felt he nailed it and brought the character to life. “Actors are agents of change,” he said. “A film, a piece of theatre, a piece of music, or a book … Continue reading Alan Rickman – an agent of change
I've known my husband for 31 years this month and by association, I've known his mother, Elma. Over those three decades our relationship has been interesting; we are both strong-willed women and at times we've clashed head-on whilst in times of crisis we've supported each other un-conditionally. when John and I took the decision to … Continue reading The gift to myself of a clean slate for my mum-in-law
when John's mum came to live with us last year, she was an elderly lady who was becoming frail, forgetful and lonely. She most of her day watching television alone or meeting the occasional neighbour for an organ recital (it's what we call it when people get together and moan bout their organs and ill … Continue reading Giving dementia the shove with purpose
I love watching Formula One. I've always loved cars; watching and driving and even being driven (as long as it's by someone who understands the need for a gap between you and the car in front!) and I'm often referred to as a petrol Head. when F1 announced the new cars this year, I was … Continue reading Bitter sweet victory?