I am a list-maker.I write lists that will easily fill up three-quarters of a side of A4 because I love the possibilities of what can be accomplished each day.I am a dreamer, and three-quarters of that daily list will remain untouched, but it will be carried over to the next day because I am optimistic about its achievement.I am a reader. I love books of all sorts of shapes, sizes and genres. An ideal day for me will typically involve curling up somewhere (preferably in a large comfortable oversized armchair) with a cup of tea and a portion of chocolate for good measure. It must also be warm.
Following on from Brain Training Part 1, I’ve put together some techniques that I personally use to a greater or lesser degree (depending on variables such as intensity of project and current mental episode). Some people naturally focus while others need a little nudge to know where to begin. I admit that when I first […]
Memories and minds are turbulent and terribly torturous things, or they’re terrifically tantalising and tenacious. Just a spoonful of alliteration for breakfast, now let’s talk tents. One of my previous posts (Mindful Adventures) introduced some new characters to this adventure story, all of whom are significantly inspirational women who do things because they can, and/or because they […]