Amy Jandrisevits is using her gifts to bring joy to kids who are a little different. She makes dolls that match kids who have limb differences, medical devices, scars, birthmarks and other physical differences. She’s a long time doll collector, and started making them for fun in her teenage years. I love dolls. And I played […]
I’ve been learning about the Enneagram for about five minutes now and I’m here for you with the most basic answers in case you too have been wondering.
I love the change of seasons! Particularly the change from summer to autumn. I am not a massive fan of summer… I know, I can hear all the horrified gasps, I prefer winter. I feel the cold, but I love being rugged up in a blanket or in front of the fireplace, listening to rain […]
We can be a funny bunch – when it comes to politics we’re often more interested in the quality of our democracy sausage than the quality of our democracy.
Many parents believe they are doing the right thing by giving their teenagers alcohol, however new research has turned that on it’s head.
A pastor’s vow to a prisoner facing execution to speak out against the death penalty is dramatised in the short film ‘Execution Island’.
If you’re waiting for the perfect moment, perfect delivery and perfect argument you will never share anything with anyone because it’s not about you.
“A lot of these mums I have known for a few years; I have tried to build a relationship with them, but it never seems to go anywhere”
These pikelets are soft and fluffy, perfect for afternoon tea or as a healthy after school snack for the kids!
The ‘Give Up’ strategy is a quick gratitude booster that any family can use when gratitude is lacking.