February 2012

While watching the first episode of Super Smart Animals on BBC’s iPlayer I was struck by the words of scientist and narrator Liz Bonnin – as she was referring to animals I was also applying her statements to humans. It made the programme all the more intriguing. She reveals scientific research which is on the […]

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As a fairly recent player in the Social Media (SM) scene I’ve had the time of my life this year learning about marketing my wares and meeting new people. It all began when I stumbled into Ecademy many moons ago, overcoming my fear of being present on the web, later joining in with all the […]

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The dictionary’s definition of laughter is ‘an expression or appearance of merriment or amusement,’ but to me it is a great deal more than that. In my opinion, laughter is a crucial part of life, a necessity and the key to true happiness. It is not just ‘an expression,’ it defines who you are. Laughter […]

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Love it or loathe it but ultimately we’ll have to accept that for modern-day survival in the real world, transformation is unavoidable. We’ve entered a time of responsibility and accountability; there’s no place for b/s, except amongst the bullshitters themselves. Transformation is just a big word for change; in the personal development world or more […]

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Groundhog Day

by Lesley

Life around Mars After weeks of mulling over I’ve decided to post some of what I’ve been observing/ perceiving (and dare I say intuiting?); it’s felt like some kind of  shift in time. I began talking about it earlier this week again to some friends who, all in a variety of ways, could identify with […]

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