Freedom from Loneliness
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- Sorry I’ve been away….I had the winter blues!
- Have you really thought about what you’re eating?
- How much of your life are you living on automatic pilot?
- Finding inspiration after a period of feeling very uninspired!
- How do I find my inspiration again? What should I do when I simply don’t feel inspired?
- Why am I still single? A little poll – please vote and tell me what you think! October 9, 2012
- That feeling of being in the waiting room … October 1, 2012
- Should I just be happy being single and stop looking for Mr Right? September 28, 2012
Category Archives: Money
I was a bit absent from my blogs last week. I was busy. It was my last week at the BBC and I was finishing off my three programmes, submitting my expenses and saying my goodbyes. But now my three … Continue reading
I spend a lot of time reflecting. On life. Love. Ego. God. Relationships with other people. Fears. And recently, I’ve been reflecting on money – on my attitude to and relationship with money – just as I reflect on other … Continue reading
I heard on Radio 4 recently that an American Christian group were paying young British girls to get sterilized, on either a temporary or permanent basis, to try to lower the incidences of teenage pregnancy. At first I was appalled. … Continue reading
“If you trust in life and give without any thought of receiving, whatever you need will come your way when you need it,” says Mark Boyle in The Moneyless Man, when he’s miraculously been given some new bicycle tyres just … Continue reading
“What else could that ring buy?” asks Laura Vanderkam in her book All the money in the world. The average couple in the States spends $5.392 on an engagement ring and, according to Laura, it’s not necessarily money well spent. … Continue reading
I love reading real-life stories of people changing their lives and living in a different way. It started when I read Elizabeth Gilbert’s Eat Pray Love and practically had withdrawal symptoms when I finished it. I loved it. It made … Continue reading
I went to London twice in March for a few days each time. Given that I’ve only just got work after a period of unemployment, I wondered whether I could really have a good time on my own in the … Continue reading
In my last post about Kindle, I’ve already described the importance of having a professional looking cover and my discovery that some photos on Flickr can be used actually be used for free to create a cover for a Kindle … Continue reading
Did anyone else watch that Channel 4 programme last night, “The Ultimate Guide To Penny Pinching”? It was a fantastic programme featuring a couple having a budget wedding, a man who didn’t buy meat but survived off road kill and … Continue reading