Our brain is our most powerful tool in life and should rightfully be treasured. In this day and age it is under threat. This is my take on how to reconnect with this gift for a renewed life
This is in my opinion the foundation of health. 3 areas we need to watch instead of pinning our hopes on miracle pills to fix us.
It's difficult to see the wood for the trees in the worlwide pool of data that is the internet. Here's the simple truth about losing weight and /or gaining muscle.
My rant session wasn't going very well. There I was, explaining away the causes of my struggles in an area or the other - not quite sure what it was - but my friend pointed out that the solution had
My friend has ambitions of turning his grassy backyard into a vegetable garden. But if I remember rightly, it’s been a couple of years now. It turns out that just having the best seeds isn’t all it takes to grow
In recent years, I have discovered that I have a craving for nature. I am a sucker for strolls in leafy green surroundings. I find this the perfect place to get some cognitive space, away from the charivari of life.
It's been a while since I posted on the subject of social media. So much has changed since. So instead of relying on little old me, I thought I'd pick the brains of Virtual Assistant and Social Media Manager queen
Have you got a problem? Whether it be a stain on your shirt, dandruff, heart burn, a weight problem, a bad habit you want to break, here’s the thing: If a product really IS the solution, is there really a need
Why are we such an unhappy, unhealthy generation despite having so much more (in all areas including medicine) than ever before? What would you say? It’s a complex situation requiring a complex answer? But what if Sherlock Holmes was right? What
Yes… There are clever marketers who search for what people want and then give it to them. They look on Google Insights, Google trends, amazon etc… find a profitable niche and hey presto! They become self-proclaimed gurus overnight. So in fact, teachers
“Where do you see yourself in 5 years?” This was my least favourite question in job interviews a while back. I felt like my answers were phoney because whatever I set out to do never seem to materialise. I was
We want everything to be simple and straight forward.It's a desirable thing. But making products easier to use for end users, developing systems so the work can be easily managed, better organised, easier to teach and hand over require a more