The stage is dark. The curtains have just been raised. There we are. An echoing thump jolts our heart to full alertness. Standing there completely alone, you are not aware of me. I’m not aware of you. We are not aware of us. The blinding light seems to amplify our thumping chest. Sweat drips down … Continue reading Spotlight fever
Tag: Social Media
What women want
Stop looking at your FaceBook and Twitter feeds for just a while, so I can show you this ageless secret. The secret of what women want, neigh what they crave.It’s this question this blog post will proceed to answer. Yes, I go with a single article where many a book have gone before. I’ll shrink it down in one universal, simple solution. Because after all, I am a woman. Read on.
Word of the day – satire
As most other bloggers, I write this blog because I’m bored and can’t find a better pass time. To indulge my craving to fill this blog with something else than chocolate, I’ve let slip this ‘word of the day feature’. It’s not like people can easily open the dictionary and discover words for themselves. Not … Continue reading Word of the day – satire
If we were having coffee, it’s a little bit funny
What a strange day of the week to invite someone over for coffee. I don’t know about you, but I drink coffee every day, so I guess it does not matter. Welcome in. If we were having coffee, we’d reminisce on how long it’s been since I last wrote a coffee post. I’ve been concentrating … Continue reading If we were having coffee, it’s a little bit funny
In the age of Social Media, is the fear of rejection keeping us from genuine friendships?
I have a love-hate relationship with Social Media. On the one hand, I realize how toxic Facebook, Twitter and their comrades can be. On the other, used correctly Social Media can be a tool to help us grow spiritually, mentally and emotionally. In this ever-speeding society, Social Media can help us keep in touch. It … Continue reading In the age of Social Media, is the fear of rejection keeping us from genuine friendships?
Learn to be more #mindful with a free online tool – #Instagram
Have you checked me out on Instagram? Not? I've been finding this Social Media platform most useful. Although I must confess, when I first joined I did so solely that I can 'online stalk' someone there too. I mean that (online stalking) in the most positive light of those two words. Cause let's face it; … Continue reading Learn to be more #mindful with a free online tool – #Instagram
Time to say goodbye
Say what you say. Do not be afraid. Afraid. A lullaby to the tune of Andrea Botticelli and Sarah Brightman's duet: “Time to say goodbye” has been stuck on repeat in my mind. “Say what you say. Do not be afraid. Afraid” is however not part of the lyric. Has my mind suddenly turned into … Continue reading Time to say goodbye
The 6 essential guidelines on how to act on Social Media
Imagine. Social Media, a place where people know how to behave. It is upsetting; this lack of manners on places such as Twitter and Facebook – isn’t it?
My 4-blogging lessons of 2015 – you had better study for 2016
After killing off my old blog and starting a new one, I share the most prominent blogging lessons of 2015