I read somewhere that a person with dementia uses a blog to capture who they are. They review the blog everyday and add to it so they can at least read who they were before the memory disintegrates/they can no longer access their memories. That’s one of the reasons I decided to blog about everything… Read More Documenting memories for later life
Who you choose to hang out with says a lot about you. If they are mean, unkind and deliberately hurt others, what does it say about your values? If they constantly put you down and leave you feeling sad and undervalued, what does that say about your confidence and self-esteem? Life is short. Always hang… Read More Worth considering …
I love making faces. I always have, and, I guess that’s something about me that hasn’t changed. I figure no one is paying attention to me most of the time – why would they? People are usually busy looking at phones, talking to others or just thinking about their own priorities and lives. Making faces… Read More Because it’s Friday!
Admit it. You too feel this way … especially when stuck in meetings, explaining a project for the 10th time to the 15th department, watching a manager show you the new time-saving form to fill out. Wouldn’t you rather be outside, lying on the grass, watching the clouds?
I read a lot across a wide range of subjects because I don’t want to get stuck in a mental groove. Recently, I read a book that mentioned Krav Maga. It was developed by Emrich “Imre” Lichtenfeld and is a form of self-defence and physical training, based on the use of reflexive responses to threatening situations.… Read More Internal confidence & Krav Maga
Brilliant drawings and thoughts by DC based Marcella (Instagram Marcella.Draws).