Tag archive for life’s practicalities

Washing hassle solved by top entrepreneurs and psycho-spiritual coaches

Washing hassle solved by top entrepreneurs and psycho-spiritual coaches

Washing is endless. Unsightly drying in all rooms. Forever a bucket of wet stuff to hang up at 11pm. Then it’s clean, jumbled in tub for a whole week  Don’t get in a fluster: Cluster! Tim Ferriss, bestselling world-changing entrepreneur and author of the Four-Hour…

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New year’s resolution: Remember birthdays

New year’s resolution: Remember birthdays

Fortunately for us egomaniacs, birthdays are a scheduled alarm call to be grateful for the wonderful people around us Giving, apparently, is a key feature of happy people. Is it a cause or effect of happiness? Well research suggests it’s a cause – for example,…

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Monday

Monday

Monday tidal wave. Good luck with your week, people. The water’s less cold once you’re fully drenched. And the leisure of the weekend is not lost The schism between weekend and workweek doesn’t just disappear if you work for yourself, or even if you don’t…

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Learning to ask

Learning to ask

I’m asking you to view and ‘like’ my animation on YouTube, to help me win a scholarship. Asking is humbling, but man, what a skill Children know how to ask How to depend. My nearly-three-year-old daughter asks me for all kinds of surprising things. This…

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Career rethink #4: Self-starting, but don’t want solitude

Career rethink #4: Self-starting, but don’t want solitude

 You’re your own boss. But are you a kind one? Here are the best blogs for staying sane – and connected When I took maternity leave, and then voluntary redundancy, I hoped that writing a novel might fit around childcare. But as any writer will…

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How can we make light of life’s practicalities?

How can we make light of life’s practicalities?

“Nunight my love. Ps. Your side of the bed”, texted my husband to me, while I was working a nightshift, “looks like a Tracey Emin installation” I bet your new year’s resolution isn’t to do more chores. But somehow, in the ideal lifestyle – and…

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