Memory aids. Think mnemonics, aide-mes or more boring, reminder notes and mind joggers. Think, if you must, of lists to aid memory, although I strongly believe are amazing creative props.
Way back when this year was young, I brashly published a blog with my list of eighteen things I’d do in 2018.
Tickets to the ballet, La Sylphide, formed part of John’s and my Christmas present from one of my daughters. The gift also included the company of my daughter and three of my adult granddaughters at the theatre last Saturday night.
Writing every day might sound like hard work, but I really believe there are many reasons for taking up this rewarding practice.
My idea of blogging for fun worked wonderfully for a while. But at the beginning of this year it met an extreme challenge . Hoping to improve my blogging skills and also to build a bigger audience, I joined one of Amanda Kendle’s Blogging Mastermind groups. Mastermind? Me? I don’t think so!
Everyday adventure is part of living a charmed life. People with charmed lives do seem to attract adventure, but it seems more likely they create circumstances where it can happen.
The concept of a charmed life came to me serendipitously when, many years ago, I picked up Victoria Moran’s little book, Creating a Charmed Life, on the counter of a bookshop.
The writing life came to me late, although I always wanted to be a writer. Looking back, it seems something thwarted my childhood plans at every turn, but on reflection it is more likely that I let those other life events get in the way of my dreams.
Multipotentialites unite! A discussion this morning on Facebook about multipotentiality caused my heart to sing.
Juggling time takes practice. It denotes a degree of maturity as well as a degree of skill. However, the skills can easily slip away if not maintained and practised after retirement. I’m wondering if they can ever be fully restored. Most of my adult life demanded complex skills for juggling time. As a nurse I learned to …