mindfulness

As yet no words

Unlearning the Learning One interesting way to judge an innovation’s impact is to examine its linguistic influence. It’s a bit like the ripples made by a pebble dropped into a pond, the force and scale of the ripples say something about the pebble. The Hoover brand not only became synonymous with vacuum cleaners in general …

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Paradox of Memory and Experience

They say Goldfish can only remember For three seconds at a time.Reliving everything over again.Can’t help thinking we are all goldfishAnd life is tucked away tightly in nonsenseFilled seconds; three ticks at a time.One potatoTwo potatoThree potatoBut no more; never four I spendToo much time dreaming about My precious three seconds.They say an elephant never forgets.What a …

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Listen to Your Tummy

Discovering Wellbeing As a writer, it’s always exciting to find yourself creating content for an innovative organisation. Indeed the process is all the more enthralling when the company in question supports and epitomises your long-held beliefs about health and social care. I’ve been writing for charitable organisations and foodie/wellness publications for near on three years …

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