"the ultimate secret to ageing exquisitely is to identify more with the part of yourself that doesn't grow older - the inner parts." I read the above quote and knew I had to share it. Ageing is something a lot of individuals struggle with. But if we turn to our inner parts like our sense … Continue reading Ageing Exquisitely – the ultimate secret
Last year I posted on what Instagram accounts where catching my eye. Check out last year post. Since it has been over a year I thought I'd share some new accounts I've been ogling. Newfoundland and Labrador this is such a beautiful part of the world. I have had the privilege of seeing some of it and … Continue reading Instagram – enjoying these shots
One of my favorite things to do is curl up with a good book. Reading feeds my soul. I am happy when I find an author I enjoy and that she/he has a series! A series! That means more time with a new friend. I remember when I started Sue Grafton's Kinsey Milhone series. You … Continue reading Feeding my soul – books
My weekly Angel Card is inspiration. With Instagram, Pinterest, Google and other blogs there is no lack of inspiration we can tap into. We can just type any word into a search engine and have access to thousands of words and images. Surely we can find something that stirs us and makes us want … Continue reading Angel Card – Inspiration
If you live somewhere summer is a short season you always want to make the most of it. When the days finally start to warm up (June!!) you want to feel by September that you accomplished something or at least have summer memories. If you are not taking a summer vacation and travelling or to … Continue reading 10 things to do to create a memorable summer
I had a crash course on what women of a certain age should know (really all women) by Nora Ephron and her book I feel bad about my neck and other thoughts on being a women. She made me laugh, gasp, run to the mirror and feel I have always been behind the eight ball … Continue reading 10 things I learnt from Nora Ephron
How to be Parisian wherever you are, by Anne Berest, Audrey Diwan, Caroline de Maigret and Sophie Mas. I came across this book via the internet and thought it looked interesting. If it has anything to do with travel I'm hooked right away. I thought hmm... what could I take away from being Parisian? It was a light, … Continue reading How to be Parisian – book club!
As I'm creating the life I want I'm questioning, exploring and putting into play new ideas and hopefully routines. Three questions that have recently surfaced that I'm examining are 1) look at the wonders that are in your experience already. What are my strengths? Where have I come from? What am I proud of? Who … Continue reading On to the next chapter. Creating the life you want. Ideas how to start!
I read this recently and knew I had to post it "the ultimate secret to aging exquisitely is to identify more with the part of yourself that doesn't grow older - the inner parts." You can call this your spiritual self, inner self, it doesn't matter, it is the part that is really you - … Continue reading Aging Exquisitely – ultimate secret
If you want to read a book with no murder, kidnapping, fleeing the police or intense interrogations I recommend No Relation by Terry Fallis. It made me smile and I enjoyed his descriptions some of which were motion pictures in my head. Hoping this isn’t illegal to quote from the book but here is one … Continue reading A light read to start the New Year – No Relation