Have you been writing your journal for several years? Are you feeling bored with your journal writing? Do you think you could get more from journaling? I feel this way. I’ve written in my journal for close to 30 years. For many years it was off-and-on, but has become a daily habit over the last few years. But, I’m wondering if I’ve fallen into a rut. I always journal just before I go to sleep Continue Reading …
The Oxford Half Marathon Schools Challenge enables primary school children to run a mile from the official start line, and get a medal and goody bag when they finish. It is a great way to inspire children to run.
Splendor is a great classic board game where you collect gems to help you buy more expensive items. The whole family has enjoyed this game.
I’m introducing 50 small healthy habits during the year which will add up to a big improvement in my health. This is how the first six months have gone.
In Takenoko you establish a garden, grow bamboo and feed the Emperor’s panda. You win by having the most points, which you gain by completing certain garden layouts, growing specific bamboo patterns and feeding different bamboo to the panda.
Holidays are about relaxation, calm and freedom. Is it possible to keep that feeling when you return to work? These four steps will help you find holiday calm in your work day.
Blue Lagoon game works for children and adults. For children it is simple to learn with quick turns, yet the varied scoring options gives depth for adults.
I’m stuck in a rut of not doing anything towards achieving what I want. This is not how I want to feel or live my life, so how do I change? How do I take back control?
I recommend the book Do It Scared; unless of course you never feel scared. However I suspect everyone who reads this will feels fear sometime. It has given me the words to talk about my fear. So I now recognise when I feel scared which makes it easier to deal with it. I would love you to discover your fear doesn’t need to stop you because you can “do it scared”.
I was very excited when my friend told me about the 10×10 game challenge for two reasons 1) it would encourage me (and hopefully the family) to play more games and 2) I could create a spreadsheet to analyse the data. And I admit that may have been more exciting than the prospect of playing games as I do love creating spreadsheets! What is the 10×10 game challenge? According to BoardGameGeek, where I believe the Continue Reading …