The great napping debate

'To nap or not to nap – that is the question'. Well, for some. Not for me – as my previous post: 'Secret confessions from my napping diary' yelled from the rooftops…and then left to lie down. I appreciate that there are some in our community who feel they are unable to nap. Meanwhile there [...]

Meditation made manageable – mmm…

What happens when you hear the word 'meditation'?   Some of you may think of words like: 'calm', 'spiritual', 'awareness', 'nice smelly candle and fluffy pillows'. But many of us, if we're really honest, immediately think: 'What? You mean that thing monks take decades to master?' 'I don't know how to meditate' 'I'm crap at [...]

SARK shows us how to sing on paper

There was some shameless name-dropping in the previous Burnout post:  I spoke to SARK personally.  Apologies for that. But it was all for a good cause, telling you about how SARK (aka Susan Kennedy) helped me to do things in a way that's smarter and fun-er, rather than harder.   SARK re-cap SARK is an [...]

I spoke to SARK personally…

Imagine a woman standing in a queue at the the Motor Registration Office. The walls are grey, the furniture is grey, the mood is…you guessed it…grey. Now imagine the woman in the queue singing: "Amazing grace, how sweet the sound That saved a wretch like me. I once was lost but now am found. Was [...]