Monthly Archives: May 2014

7 Lessons from Words with Friends

I started playing Words with Friends early this year and I am grateful to the friend that introduced it to me. I play it daily, often with multiple games going on with various opponents simultaneously. For the uninitiated, Words with Friends is a crossword puzzle style game similar to scrabble. See https://company.zynga.com/games/words-friends. I love that I can play it at my convenience, making one or two moves before moving on to something more ‘serious’ on my schedule. I love that I can step away from ‘serious’ stuff and have fun with my fellow Words with Friends players. […]

By | May 23rd, 2014|Uncategorised|0 Comments

Is time your friend or your foe?

How do you see time? Is time your enemy or your friend? Time and tide wait for no one I’m strapped for time Time flies Time just passed me by Time is money Time is the greatest healer […]

By | May 16th, 2014|Health & Healing|0 Comments

How seriously should we take health and safety… in the home?

Most of us are aware of Health and Safety issues in the work place. It is one area of legislation for which both employer and employee can easily be held liable. So, either for fear of litigation or a testimony to outright awkwardness, some actions have (or have not) been undertaken due to “Health and Safety” policies and procedures. Some of these are understandable. Some make us groan and shake our heads in disbelief. For instance, there was a reported case of a school banning students from pushing their fellow student  in a wheelchair as they had not received appropriate training. […]

By | May 7th, 2014|Beauty's Story|0 Comments