Monthly Archives: March 2017

Happiness Resolution: April – Under-react

It is now the beginning of a new month, an in light of my happiness resolution it is time to implement the new plans.  This month I had decided was going to be about under-reacting, but also about getting back … Continue reading

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How Busy Are We Really?

I’m too busy!  This is often my excuse for getting away with things, for missing the gym and not having meals prepared at home.  But how busy are we really?  What makes us busy and why do we busy ourselves … Continue reading

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If You Don’t LOVE It Or USE It – Lose It

What is the value of work?  It’s a commonly recognised issue that people spend too much time on work, they work at work, then they bring it home.  Where is the balance, and where are our priorities? As I’ve mentioned … Continue reading

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The Engagement Ring Metaphor

Things are truly put into perspective when you have a scare.  This week at work I lost a small diamond off my engagement ring, you can imagine the feelings the ran through me…  Disbelief, horror and reasoning! I first realised … Continue reading

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“The days are long but the decades are short”

As I continue on my “happiness resolution” I was thinking about the authors’ (Gretchen Rubin) truths, “the days are long but the decades are short”.  Which I imagine could open a whole great discussion about life and the meaning of … Continue reading

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My Happiness Resolution

As I continue my journey on the happiness project (for anyone reading this post who doesn’t know I am following “the happiness project” by Gretchen Rubin), I have actually finally finished the book, which is always a sad moment.  But … Continue reading

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I Found A New Level To My Own Negativity

It’s amazing what you learn by looking at someone’s analysis of themselves.  I am coming close to the end of the “happiness project” book, and it’s currently talking about having a negative outlook.  Gretchen mentions how she tends to take … Continue reading

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