What brings meaning to your life? That is the question I would like you to consider today. In this week’s Meaningful Mondays post, I would love to introduce you to some dear friends of mine who I have met through blogging. All of them are at that wonderful phase of life – Midlife & Beyond and I would encourage you… Read more »
In my previous post ‘Facing Life Alone in Midlife’ I discussed the overwhelming feeling of loss and grief with the death of a spouse/partner, a relationship breakdown and divorce. I wrote about taking time to go through the process until you are ready to accept and move on with your life. If you missed the post you can click here…. Read more »
When I left one of my jobs, I left with $15,000 worth of sick leave accrued (unfortunately not paid out). Yes – that’s a lot of sick leave not taken over a 10 year period. Back then, my attitude was that if you weren’t ready to be admitted to hospital you packed your tissues and Panadol and took your germs… Read more »
Do you ever feel that you are experiencing ‘Ground Hog Day’? You may have seen the movie with Bill Murray where he wakes up at the same time, on the same day every day. This feeling of being in a routine or ‘rut’ can have a negative affect on your mind and body.
HAPPINESS – WHAT IS IT? It is International Day of Happiness and it started me thinking about Happiness and what it means to me. While researching ‘happiness’ I came across this website, World Happiness Forum totally devoted to happiness. It has some great reading and I would highly recommend you taking a look – it might even get those happy… Read more »
I wrote earlier today on Friendship and why Friends are an important part of life. We all have friends, some of us still have lifelong friends from childhood or early teens. However, as I mentioned in my article there are some friendships that only last a certain period of time. Making new friends can be difficult.