Category Archives: Book reviews and other book related stuff
I did say I had pictures, and here they are 😀 I took them whilst sitting down so please excuse the dodgy angle.
With regards to Dr Myhill’s CFS protocol I have been comparing the levels of nutrients to try and decide on which will be the most cost effective, and beneficial for me to take. I know the same dilemma is going … Continue reading →
I literally stumbled on this book while browsing on Amazon, and of course, in light of the research I posted about recently HERE and HERE I was really interested. I read all the Amazon reviews, which convinced me it was … Continue reading →
Yes, indeedy!! Whilst doing this sock loom tutorial, I realised something. The loom I am using is a different size to the one most people are likely to use, which presented me with the problem of detailed instructions. It’s no … Continue reading →
And the winner of the amazingly fantastic Gorgeous Colouring Book for Grown-ups is…………………. moonlightwrites 😀 😀 *cue sound of applause* 😀 😀 If you would like to email me your details to email@example.com I will get it sent out … Continue reading →
Insomnia sucks! I took a Nytol sleeping pill at 8pm last night and I am still awake *sigh* Yesterday was Mother’s Day here in the UK and I was pampered. My girls know me very well, and bought me some … Continue reading →
Sir Terry Pratchett. I have been a fan of his since about 1990 and have read all but a handful of his books – some of the ones he wrote for children. He was not only a storyteller of amazingly … Continue reading →
Well, I am familiar with everything the title of the book conjures up in your mind LOL but I am seriously struggling to get through the book itself. Reading is almost like breathing to me (I have read 15 books … Continue reading →
Began the guided meditation – and fell asleep. Reading Chapter 2 (The foundations of mindfullness practice: Attitudes and Commitment) – aaand fell asleep. Hmmmm…….anyone else seeing irony here?
I have written about this concept before, back July, I think, or early August last year. Essentially, and very briefly, it is the art of “being in the moment”. It is something I have tinkered with a few times over … Continue reading →