One thing the news never seems to get right is the use of the allegation. Continue reading
I came across this saying today while doing some meditation:
Notice how the world around you looks and feels when the mind is unhappy or agitated and again when it is happy and calm. Our perception defines our experience.
– Headspace Inc.
Those who forget the past are bound to relive it, a saying goes. Which means in a nutshell: know your history. And this sentiment I feel, is most productive launching into a creative new year. Continue reading
People talk about “social media syndrome” where we just can’t stop checking our feeds to see if people like us and affirm who we are. Continue reading
This was too good to pass up as another perfect example of dialog and brilliantly timed acting bringing a challenging message off, much as I posted earlier with the anti-mysogyny video, “We are the Lions”. Continue reading
Well, those plans for a quiet period of reading and research as the year wound down came to an abrupt end a couple of days ago with the surprise finish to the 2016 US Presidential Election. Continue reading
Heads up for writers and creatives. The “Australian Writer’s Marketplace” has seen its final printed edition in the 2015/16 volume. Continue reading
I just saw this eBook “review” for a series of newly released romances geared for the forthcoming Christmas season: Continue reading
I updated my MacBook 2011 yesterday to OS Sierra, Apple having dumped the “OSX” aura while thinking we needed Siri of all things on our laps as if we’re so incapacitated that we can’t type a query into Google—which of course is the whole point of having an inbuilt keyboard. Continue reading
Last year when I started this blog, I lamented the fact that I simply couldn’t write pithy emails. For some reason, my emotion for people tripped me up so gushingly I may as well have written to a guy from Staples: Continue reading