If 2020 was the year so many had to give up so much, let’s make 2021 the year to never give up. We could all be forgiven for wanting to ‘play opposites’ this year and we have it within our power to make that happen. Regardless of what is happening around us.
The young boy walked into the studio in tears, exclaiming he did not want his father to leave. Just weeks before this, that same boy would virtually push his parents out of the door, eager to have my full attention as we embarked on a creative journey together. The next day, a
It seems our world was turned upside down almost overnight. Little freedoms most of us took for granted are now taboo. Hugs and kisses with loved ones, far from spreading love, now threaten to spread a virus that can kill. Coffee with friends, once a friendly activity, is now more like playing
“For what we are about to eat may the Lord make us truly grateful”. That was our pre-meal prayer when I was at school. I remember it not so much because of the gratitude I felt, but because we said it a lot and most of us raced through the little prayer, eager to
As we head towards Mother’s Day and the time for celebrating mums, one thing is clear. Not all mothers are created equal. That’s the truth. However, good or bad, we all need them – from the tiny ants that drink their own babies’ blood, to the majestic elephant who carries her huge baby
We all get sad but we don’t have to stay there. Here are some tips to drag yourself out of the doldrums. It was one of those days. The sweetest little white possum was being pegged as being our first climate change extinction. This headline was closely followed by the news that Russia was
What if learning just four lessons could help you succeed at life? With so many important things to teach our children, how do we choose what matters most? We are constantly bombarded with information and advice about what we need to know about life success. It makes a complicated and, sometimes, contradictory, mix. Wouldn’t
Have you ever dreamt of having the power to save people, animals, plant life, – the world? Have you thought about what you would do if you had the powers of Superman or Wonder Woman? Well, we might not be able to leap tall buildings in a single bound, but we all have superpowers.
Did you hear about the ant that moved the rubber tree plant? He did it because he had high hopes. The song High Hopes, sung by Frank Sinatra, was one of my childhood favourites. Just as the ant did the seemingly impossible, so can we when we operate with a mind full of
What do Marilyn Monroe, Thomas Edison, JK Rowling, Walt Disney, Jennifer Brickner and Steven King have in common? They didn’t use the word ‘can’t’ – possibly the most dangerous word in the English language. How can a little four letter word be so dangerous, you might ask.