100 Everyday Ways to Be Adventurous

1. Drive a different way home from work today 2. Take wine tasting classes 3. Buy an amazing new cookbook and try recipes from it for a week 4. Wear a colour you never thought you’d wear, even if it’s only in your tie 5. Try that new ethnic restaurant around the corner 6. Take… continue reading…

Be Brave With Your Life

Sometimes it’s difficult to be brave. There are complicated choices and decisions to be made every day, but one of the best feelings in the world is knowing that you were strong and brave and authentic when it counted, no matter what the outcome. It’s what builds self-confidence and self-esteem, and it’s what inspires others,… continue reading…

The Grand Adventure of Life

Hello all, I hope this message finds you very well, and enjoying the first lovely days of autumn. So much has happened since the last time we spoke that I thought I’d better catch you up, before we move on with the new blog. We’d planned to have a big, splashy launch for the new… continue reading…

100 Things To Do When the Worst Happens

1. Hold your head up high, it will help you regain your balance 2. Remind yourself that difficult times are part of any life, and will make you stronger in the end 3. Apologize sincerely, and without excuses 4. Cry if you feel like it, and then cry some more 5. Call friends/family and ask… continue reading…

100 Ways to Raise Kind, Intelligent Children

1. Teach them to respect others, by respecting others ourselves 2. Place the same value on being well-mannered and kind that we do on being popular, wealthy, attractive, good at sports, or getting straight A’s 3. Read to them every night, and take the time to enjoy it 4. Teach them to have empathy by… continue reading…

The Elegance of Slow

Slow is so much more elegant than fast, and it’s all about the luxury of taking our time, rather than rushing to squeeze everything in. For instance, taking the time to enjoy a phone conversation, rather than sending only vital information via text, or taking the time to sit out on the terrace with a… continue reading…

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