What is abundance thinking and how do we recognise it? Abundance thinking is essentially looking at the strengths, successes, and possibilities that surround you – not once, but on a continual basis.
What I am about to share may be viewed by some to be elitist, snobbish, or other such reflection – or even plain wrong. From my perspective, this was a moment to cherish. Sitting beside the fire in the bar of the Victorian mansion in which I am spending a week over the new year …
I’m not talking about texting while driving, nor holding a book, phone or tablet precariously while driving… I am talking about audio-books!
Funding entrepreneurs in third-world countries – people who only need a little to be able to set up, or expand their local business…
Sitting here happily working away at The Grand Hotel in Torquay, and probably as it is only two days away from the commemoration of Armistice Day, the music playing in the background is all 1940s… Several of the songs being played were favourites of my great-grandmother who largely raised me … Continue reading
Oh my! I have been busily tracing a particular line of my ancestry and what I find most astonishing is not that I have been able to trace them back to the late 1400’s… (and to the left is the family crest) What astonished me – and, if I’m honest, … Continue reading
You know those weeks where nothing of great significance in the overall scheme of the world has happened, but yet there have been so many little amazing things that together the week has felt quite extraordinary? I have been struck several times this week with the thought that today – … Continue reading
What language do they speak in Vienna? One would think the obvious answer is “German”, ya? German may be the official language, however…
Although I have published well over twenty non-fiction books, this work of fiction-based-on-fact is the best thing I have every created. Period.
Their sacrifice is not forgotten. My profound gratitude goes to the men & women who gave their lives & to Torbay Council of 2006 who erected this monument.