Luke was with us almost from the off, a trumpet playing maestro who hardly ever missed a gig and uniquely, remained a part of the furniture until the very end. Butwhen the bearded elfin hippie first walked into the stale smoke, sweat infused rehearsal room we’d hired; we had scant idea of his calibre or indeed of his catalogue. Up until 1992 I had only ever been in original outfits, always trying to write the perfect pop song, always searching for a … Continue reading Superfly Part Two – Anthony Randall
After Kathleen and I split up I spent many a lonely weekend up at my lakefront condo. I spent many nights making sure every local watering hole showed a healthy profit! That is until I decided to do something so far out of my comfort zone that it made me shudder. What happened next turned … Continue reading Meeting my Soul Mate
Since exercise and nutrition go hand in hand, eating well should be part of your daily lifestyle, not experimenting with latest diet craze. Clean eating is eating by planning out your day, or even your whole week. Mindfulness, organization, and consideration will make decision making so much easier. Cooking and packing your food for the future will guarantee success. By choosing these … Continue reading Make the switch to Clean Eating!
January is a time for looking forward to the new year ahead. It is also a time for reflection to the year that has passed. For me, 2018 proved interesting for many reasons, not least for being the hundredth anniversary of some women gaining the voting franchise in the UK—through the passage of the Representation … Continue reading 2018 REFLECTIONS ON WOMEN’S SUFFRAGE IN THE UK
Few people know that I suffer from depression and anxiety. In fact, when someone finds out they tell me they’re surprised. I don’t go out when I’m depressed. I don’t interact with anyone in person except for family when I’m having a really difficult time dealing. When I’m online, I post and share about happy … Continue reading NO SHAME IN DEPRESSION by Rhonda Hopkins
Our Little Piece of Paradise Have you ever been camping with an eighteen-month-old toddler? Add in a continuous rainstorm, a regimented campsite with a list of DO NOT rules longer than a guy rope. Believe me it wasn’t the idyllic, sitting round a campfire with a glass of wine, watching our daughter play kind of … Continue reading Outdoor Learning by Sylva Fae
Do you know that you have to be at least 13 years old to have a Social media account? Well, my daughter knew it and it seemed like she was anxiously waiting to turn 13 to start her FB account. She came to me asking about it and my answer was “No, you cannot have … Continue reading Social Media and Spiderman! by Neville Kattakayam