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Tick Tock … Goes the clock

Date originally written:  25 OCTOBER 2009 I don't do mornings. I'm not one of those people who have the discipline to get up without prompt at 5:30am and start their day with lots of energy and enthusiasm. I need an alarm system to get me going. Even so, for maximum effectiveness, I have three different alarms set within 10 minutes of each other. Generally, after hitting the snooze button on the first two, ...

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Exiting the Blame Game

  How many times have you heard someone say “they hurt me so bad, I will never get over it.”  “I don’t know how it happened. I just ended up like this. It’s just the way I am”? Come on folks, we’ve all done it. Made a massive boo-boo and then lived in regret. Whether it be going out with a bloke who turned out to be the village idiot, or making massive claims that we couldn’t live up to. Let’s face it, ...

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Look Good, Feel Good – Looking after the Temple of the Lord

"What? Know ye not that your body is the temple of the Holy Ghost which is in you, which ye have of God, and ye are not your own? For ye are bought with a price: therefore glorify God in your body, and in your spirit, which are God's." (1 Corinthians 6:19-20) Good health is a gift from God and is obtained by following biblical principles as we lead a balanced life physically, mentally and spiritually. The f ...

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Break the emotional link to food

We women often have an emotional relationship to food. We subconsciously use food as a reward or to subdue the pains of life. We see it as a comfort when we are lonely, anxious or pre-occupied. We binge on snacks such as chocolates, biscuits and crisps and then we feel upset about it, making us even more upset than when we start off. If we start seeing food as a necessary means of fuel rather than a pick-me ...

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Moving Forward

  What a mess! All around me it’s utter chaos. I am bemused as to how I allowed things to get to this stage. It’s incredible that in just nine months, I have been able to amass what surely must be the equivalent of a small forest worth of paper and a truckload of goods; exaggerated as this may sound. As I try to chart my way through this confusing maze of boxes and suitcases, I pause and linger a momen ...

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Divine Networking

The dictionary defines diligence as "the attention and care legally expected or required of a person (as a party to a contract)." The bible tells us that diligence is man's precious possession. It is one gift we all have regardless of background, race or creed. How much diligence do you put into your daily tasks?  Do you aim for the best possible result? Or do you aim to get things done in time regardless o ...

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Getting Started

Everyone faces challenges in life but most times, the biggest challenge one can ever face is one's self. Knowing your self and then accepting you for who you are can be your greatest achievement, which precedes others eventually. I am who I am when no one is watching and that's my biggest challenge. Am i being consistent in being me? And do I come to terms with my strengths, successes, weaknesses, fears, do ...

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Your Life: The Real Deal

  "If I was just a bit slimmer"..."if I was just a bit fatter (surprisingly!)"..."If I was just on a higher paying job"... "if I was moving with the right click of people" The list is endless. Women are under more pressure in our day than ever before. It is really amazing how the women of our day have tied self worth, real joy and living a blissful life to things that they acquire and require. The woma ...

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