Writing out my story helped me to recall many times in my life when I felt trapped and unable to find my way out of situations. Yet, I realised that there was always light at the end of the tunnel, I just had to look for the light and keep going. Continue reading Writing My Story
My new year resolution this year and the years ahead is simply
to be a better person and to be better each day than I was the
day before. Continue reading Looking Better
Each phase of our life is like a new chapter in a book, some chapters are sad while others are filled with happy memories. Continue reading Looking Back Through Life’s Chapters
I believe that discipline is an integral part of a child’s happiness and well-being. I believe that it is important to set clear boundaries and consequences and to be consistent with them. Continue reading Discipline, Love, and Communication.
Hope is not a permanent state of mind; it is something we must work at every day if we are to achieve what we want. Continue reading Hope
Inertia is the resistance of any physical object, to change in its velocity. Just recently, I experienced a wakeup call that had a strong impact on my life. I realised that I needed to do more physical activities, and I understood the importance of doing it now. I had made the resolve to be more physically active, and usually when I set a goal or … Continue reading Inertia
Sometimes we take ourselves for granted, never thinking of the consequences of not looking after ourselves. Continue reading A Wake Up Call.
Quite often we take on too much. Sometimes we have to learn to say no. This doesn’t mean that we don’t care, just that we need to be aware of what is truly important to us. Continue reading A Day at a Time
If you have been thinking about having cataracts removed, and you are worried about the procedure, don’t hesitate. It is painless and well worth the time it takes to recover. Continue reading The Eyes Have It
I had focused on the heat and the fact that I didn’t feel like doing anything, which sapped my energy, leaving me feeling that there was nothing I could do about it. Continue reading When the Tank Runs Dry