More shenanigans from everybody’s favourite council… Continue reading
Turn off the news, the TV, and the radio. You don’t need to know what’s happening in the world outside – except maybe once a day, for a few minutes. Continue reading
Sometimes, it all feels like a dream. Like none of this is real. Just a few weeks ago, life was normal…things operated as they always had. I could never have imagined that this would be the reality I lived to see…a time akin to a World War, where the entire planet is threatened by a global challenge.
Yet this is reality. This is what I…you…every human being…is facing.
We have no control over the situation. All we have control of – hopefully – is how we respond. Continue reading
Yes, it’s a pretty grim time for us all…but we can’t be serious all the time. Laughter is the best medicine, and this crisis has – thankfully – brought some of that, at least.
If you’re not inclined towards the humour, please don’t read on… I wouldn’t want to offend anyone.
For everyone else, though… Continue reading
In celebration of World Poetry Day (21st March), and in light of the isolation many people find themselves in at this moment, the electronic version of my book – Let it Flow – will be available for just 99c* on Amazon Kindle for one week, starting Tuesday 24th March 2020. (It may even be free!) Continue reading
While it’s easy to get swept up in the mass hysteria, panic, and fear – the reality is that what we focus on is what gets magnified in our psyche. Taking in the constant news and latest developments only makes it feel like the entire world is falling apart. But that’s not true at all. Continue reading
Before the lights come on,
light up your heart and soul,
and decide to live
a life of purpose. Continue reading
Reject their news media.
Their unhealthy fascination.
Be free of their poison.
They feed it to you:
slowly…constantly…unrelentingly. Continue reading
Not long after Discovery Bear and Ms Froggie’s union, it was the turn of Discovery Bear’s best friend – Chariman Pooh. Having been divorced for some time, Pooh was a lonely bear; yet he was optimistic, and always kept a smile on his face. Continue reading
Cut, copy, and paste;
re-write, enhance, remove;
find the themes;
assemble a flow
which will ease the audience
through years of personal experience:
pain and persistence,
joy and triumph,
lessons and wisdom,
gathered along life’s path. Continue reading