Category Archives: blogging

Simple Yet Wise

Five Evocative Quotes Over the years, I have collected quotes which resonate with me. I use them, whenever they are relevant, in my presentations and in my writing. In this post, I bring five of my favourites to you. I … Continue reading

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I’ve been nominated!

Best Book Blog I have just learned that I have been nominated for Best Book Blog at the Annual Bloggers Bash Awards 2019! Why? I had to ask myself that question. To answer myself, I had to review my blog going … Continue reading

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To the Wire!

One of my 2017 New Year Resolutions was to gain 500 followers for my blog by the end of the year. There are twenty-four to go and I need…. …. THREE more followers! So I say to my 497 followers, … Continue reading

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Change inspired by ABBA 2017

There was so much food for thought at the Annual Bloggers Bash Awards event in London last Saturday, that I came away positively bursting at the seams. My brain became obese. Of course there was real food too. Ritu and … Continue reading

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Well on my way!

Yaay! I just wanted to share my joy with you all. I have just picked up my 400th follower on my blog. That may not seem very many to you, but it means a lot to me, so please rejoice … Continue reading

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Are You Letting Your Blog Get Out Of Control?

Originally posted on Hugh's Views & News  :
If I had children I would do all I could to make sure they never got out of control.  I do the same with my dog, Toby.  When he was a puppy…

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How learning French made me appreciate the countryside. Win Win situation.

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I know what you mean about Michel Thomas’s courses, Lucie Novak. They give you a good sense and flavour of his subject language. He certainly taught me that much of the French language is just mispronounced English. No doubt, he … Continue reading

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