It has been quite awhile since I last did any painting. Or reading, for that matter. It also could be a reason why I've slacked off in the stress prevention department. I've put off painting for two weeks now and as a result, I allowed the stress at work to affect me. It caused me … Continue reading Tapping Into My Inner Artist.
Some of you may already know this but I most certainly didn't! Did you guys know that June 2017 is Audiobook Month? I didn't even if I happen to have the complete works of Dale Carnegie in audio format. I just haven't found the motivation to listen to him tell his story because audiobooks aren't … Continue reading Tune In To Your Audiobooks This June!
There hardly is a book that I'm not a fan of and there are hardly many books that I stop reading if I find them boring. But there are the books that do make me question myself once in awhile, why am I reading this book if I find it so difficult to digest? Life … Continue reading An Endless Cycle of Cause and Confusion.
Clicking through the intricacies of the Internet on a blissful sunny Sunday evening led me to a few websites for readers and bookworms. If you understand avid readers like me, it usually doesn't end there. One thing led to another and I took a short trip down memory lane with Goodreads and unearthed some books I've … Continue reading My Top 6 Favourite Books … And 3 More!
When I was a kid, I was not bothered by the skeletons in my closet nor the monsters under my bed. I didn't have creepy neighbours either. Although I did have a fear of horror movies where scary clowns kidnap children and eat them (I still do now and as an adult, I hate / despise / … Continue reading Scarier Than Monsters, Worse Than Clowns!
This isn't my first time celebrating Mother's Day yet, I got the dates mixed up. I thought it was the first weekend of May and we went out for dinner to commemorate the day. It turned out to be the second weekend of May! Oh well. At least we celebrated it early and didn't have … Continue reading Honouring the Women in Our Lives.
10 months ago on August 4, 2016, I joined the company I'm currently at today in a bid to escape the humdrum of unemployment. Last year (2016), I was out of a job (and out of sorts!) for 5 months! 5 months is a long time for someone who graduated with a degree, is well-read … Continue reading There is a Time for Teetotallers Like Me.
There was just too much sex, lust and perversity in this book. Too much. So much so that once I was done with it, I had to detox my brain with another one that came with none of what I've read in Jackie Collins' novel. Gosh. The History Behind Sinners The novel was originally titled Sunday Simmons & … Continue reading Book Review: Sinners by Jackie Collins.
Sorry for the long absence from blogging. That's because I've been struggling with stress lately (mostly from work) and I've been trying to find ways to cope. Stress is something many people face, yet not many know how to cope with it. I know positive stress is good for us as it encourages us to … Continue reading Art Therapy: My Way of Learning to Cope with Stress.
When I think of beaches, I think of the sun, sea, sand and surf. The soft white powdered sands sifting through my fingers. The blistering heat of the sun bearing down on my back. The warm sea water on my skin. The surf that has the children screaming with joy and happiness. Not quite the … Continue reading Book Review: The Far Side of The Sun by Kate Furnivall.
Hi folks, it's Easter today. I hope I'm not too late to wish you guys a Happy Easter Sunday! Is everyone sweating it out in Cadbury's Easter Egg Chocolate Hunt? Or better yet, your own Easter egg chocolate hunt in your very own backyard? Perhaps you're participating in your neighbourhood church's Easter Sunday mass. Whatever … Continue reading Of Easter and Christ on April Sunday.
Let me tell you that this was the most complicated, most convoluted plot I have ever read in a book! Never mind that there were so many characters to keep track of but the story thickens as the book progresses! Phew. I'm glad I got that off my chest! But no, really, it was as … Continue reading Book Review: Summer’s Child by Diane Chamberlain.