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How to Create a More Fulfilling Future: Week 5 #SelfHelp

Food for thought

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How To Create a More Fulfilling FutureNEW BLOG SERIES: How to create a more fulfilling future.

If you’ve missed any of the posts in this new series then don’t panic – you can catch up by clicking the links below:

·         Week 1

·         Week 2

·         Week 3

·         Week 4

As promised, I will post additional questions for you to answer every Monday. You might want to gather them all together like a personal workbook, or just pop in and out to answer the questions that appeal to you.

Don’t think too hard about each question, just go with the first thing that pops into your head. Some questions will amuse you, others will test your boundaries, but all of them will bring about a sense of fulfilment.

Each week I’ll share the link to the previous questions so you can collect them as you go and don’t have…

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What’s your concept of HOME?

Where ever they lay their hats that’s their home!

Global Housesitter x2

For us; “It’s a feeling, not a place.”

It’s now nearing the time for this blogger and her squire to be hopping on a plane to head on downunder.  No, not Australia, you know that small island below Australia, that makes up for its size by making a significant impact on the world in more ways than one.  Yes, that’s right I am talking about New Zealand or Aotearoa, which is translated as “The Land of the Long White Cloud”.  Which means is it does have unpredictable weather!  Though so much more to like than dislike.  If you had not guessed, we are very proud to call ourselves New Zealanders.

With our yearly return, the whole concept of home has got me thinking how my idea of  “what and where home is” has changed and evolved over my life as our world has slowly expanded. This is more so now that the…

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Stream of Consciousness Saturday. Season.21/10/17

This week the very busy mum and Author Linda of A Life in Progress said: Your Friday prompt for Stream of Consciousness Saturday is “season.” Use the word “season,” add a suffix to it, or write about one. Bonus points if the first and last word of your post is a season or a seasoning. Extra bonus points if you have pictures. Enjoy!

A Seasonal Acrostic Poem.



Summer has fled, shown us her heels

Evergreen nature is turning the wheels

Autumn arrives with a woosh and a bang

Soups made of pumpkin cooking in a pan

Old leaves are blowing and swirling around

Nights drawing in acorns on the ground.

All Soul’s become Halloween 

Lanterns and trick or treaters are seen.




Seven Days,Seven Black And White Photos. Day 3

‘SEVEN DAYS. SEVEN BLACK AND WHITE PHOTOS OF YOUR LIFE.

NO PEOPLE. NO EXPLANATION. CHALLENGE SOMEONE NEW EACH DAY’

Today, I challenge Robbie at robbiesinspiration . Copy and paste the above description with your photo and tag me so I see your entry. 😊

Thanks to Kat at Like Murcury Colliding. Who nominated me Friday.

SEVEN DAYS. SEVEN BLACK AND WHITE PHOTOS OF YOUR LIFE. Day 2

‘SEVEN DAYS. SEVEN BLACK AND WHITE PHOTOS OF YOUR LIFE.

NO PEOPLE. NO EXPLANATION. CHALLENGE SOMEONE NEW EACH DAY’

Today, I challenge Mick E Talbot . Copy and paste the above description with your photo and tag me so I see your entry. 😊

Thanks to Kat at Like Murcury Colliding. Who nominated me Friday.

 # The MarquessaChallenge – “She Wants To Dance With Me” #fictionfriday #music #prompt

The is part of   # The MarquessaChallenge – “She Wants To Dance With Me” #fictionfriday #music #prompt

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The Truce

Tom and Stuart never saw eye to eye. They had been at odds since birth. Their parents could not understand how these identical twins could be so at odds. 

The boys survived childhood fighting daily. Thankfully they attended different Universities. When they reached their thirties they decided on a truce. If they met professionally or socially in public they would not fight. 

So they kept apart and both worked hard. The night of the Major Incident they were both called in . The Main co-ordinator called the fire chief and the senior Doctor to a meeting. As Tom (MD) and Stuart (Chief Fire Officer) entered the incident van, they bristled, old aggressions flared. Both took a deep breath and as they shook hands they both said. “When we’re together, we never fight, we’ve got better things to do tonight…”

 So they set to, to save as many lives as possible. Those around them, who knew them well breathed a sigh of relief.

Blog Party Tomorrow!

Newsflash Suzie is having a party and we are all invited 😎😀

Suzie Speaks

I haven’t hosted a blog party in a very long time, and there are a few things that I would like to take the opportunity to celebrate:

  • Suzie Speaks hit 20,000 collective followers a little while ago
  • I am getting married next week
  • Halloween is approaching

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Black and White Day 1

SEVEN DAYS. SEVEN BLACK AND WHITE PHOTOS OF YOUR LIFE. NO PEOPLE. NO EXPLANATION. CHALLENGE SOMEONE NEW EACH DAY’ 


Today, I challenge Geoff. Copy and paste the above description with your photo and tag me so I see your entry. 😊

Thanks to Kat at Like Murcury Colliding.

My Dad’s a Goldfish – Don’t ask, don’t get

Note! If you don’t ask you definitely don’t get!

My Dad Is A Goldfish

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It is truly astonishing the amount of equipment required to allow someone to continue living in their own home when the person has dementia combined with mobility problems and other medical conditions.

Most things are actually available through social services or the NHS but it’s not quite as simple as putting in a request and receiving what is needed. For one thing, you don’t know what you’re going to need at different stages. The handrail by the back door, which was helpful when the Goldfish started to become a bit tottery but could still manage steps with his walking stick in one hand, was utterly useless when he had to use a walker on wheels. Try getting that, and him, down steps!

Also ‘they’ don’t always tell you what is available even though they are the ones supposedly trying to keep people living independently in their own homes. And…

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