This rhetorical question gets to the heart of a choice which most of us face in life, very often . Do we chose to see the positive good in situations and people, or otherwise? Do we view change as threatening and undesirable or welcome it as an opportunity for improvement and growth? Put simply, do we view the glass as half empty, or half full?
I have an interview coming up with photographer and teller of women's tales, Laura Dodsworth, to coincide with the launch of her book. Meanwhile, read on for a sneak preview. I've spent many a happy half hour trying to match my chest to one here!
On the day when The Sun newspaper does not print bare bosoms on page three it seemed appropriate to share this with you. I first wrote it in 2012; Stella Creasy MP just retweeted so you may have seen on Twitter. (@JaneCWoods) It contains a very horrendous, yet telling, account from Clare Short who first raised the issue of offending pictures in a daily newspaper. She was vilified, as you will see. Hope she feels vindicated today.
Tomorrow is January's first new moon of the year and it's a super moon (a time when the moon is closest to the earth and in alignment with the sun) a time of the year some describe as the 'real new year'
We all know that winter is a time when people more often feel low, but when you're actually feeling like that, or if you're a teenager and maybe don't realise that it's normal, you may need extra support. Nicola Morgan, expert on adolescence, offers that support.
Welcome to part 4 of - What You Most Need In 2015 Is Energy Not Time mini series. In this lesson get clear about your self care practices that boost your energy levels.
Welcome to part 2 of the What You Need Most In 2015 is Energy Not Time mini series. Do you know the points of your day when you have the most energy? How do you make sure you make best use of those times?