The Journey Is Better Than The Destination 

Kids’ imagination is limitless and takes them to navigate in a wealthy world of possibilities. They don’t know yet what’s not possible, so they invent and discover it. No fear. Education and negative experiences, in equal measure, teach them to surrender and follow the norms of another world – about the size of the universe […]

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About My Behaviour

In some of my posts of late, “What is a Glass Half Empty?” and “Chill Out, You Don’t Matter”, I have talked about other persons’ behaviours. After a few days, I felt that I have given an impression that I place mine above others and that I’m faultless. I’m not.

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What Is a Glass Half Empty?

And as I have reached Day Eighteen of Everyday Inspiration, I got a prompt to use a map as my muse. “Maps that tell tales about ourselves and the places we come from, that we miss, that we’ve reshaped in our minds. We use maps to identify locations, track movements, and to make sense of […]

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Kidnapped By My Smartphone

Day Sixteen of Everyday Inspiration course is about mining my material. I should dig through my social media, looking for inspiration for a new post.

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Chill Out, You Don’t Matter

I disregard opinions about me, from people whom I just met, unless they are positive. 😉 I am human. Little I knew that a complete stranger would challenge this principle, like a duel with a bull terrier.

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Long Read: Why Can’t We Remember Our Early Childhood? 

There are writers that are worth my while, for their insightful, informative, enthralling posts, which are masterly written. This weekend I read one about family memories and shared the story with my husband. He became curious to find out how far back in time we could remember events from our childhood. My instinctive reaction was […]

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Virtual Coffee Date

Day Eleven of Everyday Inspiration will bring me to catch up over a cup of coffee and say what’s going on while we drink it.

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