[bigletter]Art adds substance to our homes, our minds and our souls. It reflects our concern for not only aesthetics but also our humility in being interested in how others feel and think. It reveals that there is more to life
[bigletter]Chinese Medicine teaches that we should have a balanced intake of the 5 flavours; sweet, sour, salty, pungent and bitter. Too much of one flavour will cause an imbalance in your body and affect the functioning of the organs. [/bigletter]
[bigletter]All financial decisions involve risk - Men typically are comfortable with a higher level of risk than Women . You need to discuss and agree with your partner the level of risk you are prepared to take for your family.[/bigletter]
[bigletter]I have placed great faith in the Universe to guide me over my life, and so far so good. I seem to always end up in exactly the right place and time for my desires to manifest themselves and
[dropcap custom_class='whbr']In the middle, there are women who have toiled away in roles they don’t particularly enjoy yet feel hand-cuffed to the secure income they enjoy and justify staying by declaring “It’s too late” to transition into something else they
[bigletter]It is important that we assist our children to develop delayed self – gratification, some of the research that is around suggest that children who are able to postpone immediate gratification are able to perform better in their studies.
[bigletter]It is distressing to me that the fastest growing sector experiencing poverty in Western societies is elderly women. Why? Because we live longer, have less financial understanding, less access to financial resources and earn less over our lifetime. We
[bigletter]Above all, a work environment that fosters and encourages flexibility needs high levels of trust and a strong focus on deliverables rather than hours. To me, trust is the secret ingredient that makes any kind of flexibility work well. And