How much are we seeing people for who they really are, and how much are se seeing from a positive eye, or a negative eye. Our experiences with a person shape how perceive them. So if on your first encounter for example, this person makes you feel good, makes you happy, that starts to shape … Continue reading
So I got home from the big apple at around 1am this morning. Yes, I’m pooped!!! I have a frightening statement. Maybe a couple. 1. I think I’m over shopping. 2. I am starting to understand why work travel may not be fun. Arrived in New York around 10pm Friday Night. Got to take my Mum with … Continue reading
So… I may just be the most pathetic romantic ever. I get butterflies just coming across things like this, so I’m going to start sharing the love here 🙂 The most romantic proposal ever (well, I don.t know but its definitely up there!):
National Sleep Foundation WASHINGTON, March 7, 2011 National Sleep Foundation Releases Annual Sleep in America Poll Exploring Connections with Communications Technology Use and Sleep WASHINGTON, March 7, 2011 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ — The 2011 Sleep in America® poll released today by the National Sleep Foundation (NSF) finds pervasive use of communications technology in the hour before bed. It also … Continue reading
I have been a Type 1 Diabetic since 1990. I’ve had an interesting path of trying different treatments, complications and at sometimes outright complacency and frustration. I’ve been asked to share some of these stories, so I guess this might be the spot?
Shamelessly stolen from http://davidburch.com/40/3333-5-timer-productivity-hack/ December 15, 2010 By David Burch. Timer Hacks Productivity experts like to use timers for a a good reason: it works. There is The Pomodore Technique, the 10-Minute Dash, and The Procrastination Hack. But the earliest timer hack I’ve heard of was by a copywriter named Eugene Schwartz, who used a simple digital timer to consistently … Continue reading