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My Non-Existent Fitness Regime

A few days ago, driving home form work, a sudden and unexpected thought came into my head – ‘it’s a beautiful day, maybe I should go for a run!’. 711 more words

Something worth your notice.

The post I wrote, The little, little things, recieved a comment from Cynthia, who writes on her blog My Catergorized Life .

I found myself to compulsively want to reshare what she has to say. 549 more words


For Pete

“The brevity of life is nothing to be trifled with. It is a call to action, and we must not waste our time here waiting for permission to be our most authentic selves. 1,414 more words

Girl Talk

The Dunedin Study: Early Indicators of Future Physical Health, by Kirsteen McLay-Knopp

Continuing  our series of articles on findings discovered by the “Dunedin Longitudinal Study”

“Why do some people develop phobias and cancers, while others lead a healthy existence?   573 more words

Child Advocacy

A New System

The video below fills me with joy and hope. TD Jakes emphasizes that we need to challenge our systems. Our ways of thinking and being. Our systems are: 189 more words


World Suicide Prevention Day

Suicide is a tough issue and one which affects all age groups.  Many who choose to take their own lives are children or young people– teens are particularly vulnerable.   533 more words

Child Advocacy


Autumn came, with wind and gold.

-Henry David Thoreau

Autumn in New York, why does it seem so inviting?

-Vernon Duke

Delicious autumn! My very soul is wedded to it, and if I were a bird I would fly about the earth seeking the successive autumns. 146 more words