Posts filed under: Daily Life

Do you prefer to text, rather than call? It seems that most of our daily communication today comes in written form. Why do we prefer to text and email people,...
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By guest blogger, Lyndell KingToday while editing dialogue on my most recent story, Mongols at the Gate (a bloodthirsty historical fiction set in the twelfth century) I was tightening my...
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My life changed dramatically 24 years ago when I saved a stranger’s life from a terrorist, who then put me in my chair. I was awarded the Australian Bravery Medal,...
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To thrive in our complex modern lifestyles we need nutrition from a wide variety of fruit. That’s not rocket science. We all know this. (Check out the many juice-smoothies-for-health commercials...
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Today (27th March 2015) marks Tommy’s 13th Birthday. Tommy was a puppy in Westfield Shopping Centre; the cute little puppy in the window. His first owners soon discovered that little...
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“The Kong” Greatest Toy Ever For Your Dog I first purchased the kong as it seemed to be a new toy for my dog but he would not play with....
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What is fashion? Fashion is dictated to us by those who care less about appearance than money, and those who want to rebel against what the dominant social paradigm find...
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You can steal their wheels so they can’t escape an argument, although this won’t stop most men from being selectively deaf. Their chair carries more shopping than able bodied men...
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“The truth is that stress doesn’t come from your boss, your kids, your spouse, traffic jams, health challenges, or other circumstances. It comes from your thoughts about these circumstances.” —...
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Greg McKeown is the author of Essentialism: The Disciplined Pursuit of Less “Why do capable people fail to break through to the next level?” The answer to the question, to...
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