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: Resolutions and good habits
This is my route home from work: the M62. As motorways go, it’s beautiful, cutting through Saddleworth Moor. But often I arrive home and I can’t really remember how I got there. I’ve driven on automatic pilot, my mind … Continue reading
There’s been very few blog posts recently. Reasons? 1. I’m ill. 2. I’m busy at work. 3. I simply don’t feel inspired. I’m not sure why: perhaps the approaching winter or the fact there’s not been much sunshine recently? So … Continue reading
When I started Inspired! nearly two years ago, one of my first posts was about Laura Vanderkam’s book 168 Hours and how it had inspired me to write a list of 100 Dreams. I only posted 93 of my dreams … Continue reading
In Friday’s post Name 10 ways in which your life could be better…. I wrote about that one big job and the 20 or so little jobs that I never seem to get done. Then I met a woman who … Continue reading
OK. List 10 ways in which your life could be better. I don’t mean, “I’d be a millionaire” or “I’d be married to Will Smith!” I mean,yourdaily life now. What is it about your daily life, your routines, the way … Continue reading
I wrote recently about loving kindness and the importance of being kind to myself. And that includes eating the right things. I started researching what foods might help ease my migraines. Then I started looking at what might boost my … Continue reading
Millions of self-help books are sold every year, generating billions of pounds and raising thousands upon thousands of hopes. Yet of all those millions of self-help books, few are ever read to the very end and even fewer are put … Continue reading
I’ve recently returned to the BBC to work on the TV programme Songs of Praise – my old job in fact. Can’t say too much about that – BBC Guidelines and so on – but whilst thinking about what my … Continue reading
Neil MacGregor’s Radio 4 series, A History of the World in 100 Objects, seemed to drag on interminably during 2010, annoying fans of Book of the Week like me. Now he’s back again on Radio 4 – with yet more … Continue reading
I’ve already written about disappointment in my last post and about my realization that letting go of expectations could mean less disappointments in my life. But disappointment can’t be banished altogether. I found this post on Bleeding Espresso really inspiring. … Continue reading