Thursday, November 23, 2017

Practice

Seventy Times Seven

Like most people, I used to think that forgiveness was about letting others off the... 


From Sleep Dis-Order to Sleep In-order – how to change a habit

“No exercise for 3 to 4 weeks,” ordered the doctor following a minor operating... 


My 30-day Challenge – the HOW is revealed

When I committed to the Bikram 30-day Challenge, I knew I would be travelling at... 


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Accept

My perfect ink-stained new bag

My new handbag is perfect. The bling-gold complements everything in my wardrobe. It’s... 


Organising to Procrastinate

I am an inveterate procrastinator, perennially last minute about most things. When... 


Letting go does not mean giving up

Free and laughing with my earring FOUND! Perennially last minute, I rushed around... 


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Be Present

Just do you

I was there in the Estabio Olimpico in Rio when Usain Bolt-Ed his way into legenddom, winning each of his 3 gold medals. I witnessed Elaine Thompson win her 2 golds and a relay silver as well as Shelley-Anne Fraser-Pryce conquering her biggest opponent – her injured big toe to win the bronze medal 100m run and anchor the relay team to silver. So much... [Read more of this review]


“B” stands for “better”

“Fort Clarence as I land!” I messaged my pals, the techie and the yogi. Fort Clarence Beach (in Kingston Jamaica) is a standard item on my Jamaica agenda for our troika. My flight had touched down in Kingston at 4.00 a.m. We were on our way by 10.00 a.m. “CLOSED” The sign on the chain-link gate at Fort Clarence, and no sign of human activity... [Read more of this review]


The joy of puttering

Last Sunday, I puttered. I had returned late Saturday night from a hectic work-week in St. Lucia, and after a 5 hour flight, was quite exhausted. I wanted a day not just to “do nothing” as frankly, doing nothing is a great challenge to me. But puttering? Now that’s my type of day! Happy to be home, I drifted from one activity to another, sometimes... [Read more of this review]


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