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Never Complain
June

Never Complain

By in Lifestyle | 5 comments

I don’t know about you, but I’m guilty of complaining. When things are not going the way I would like them to go, I do complain. I complain about the size of my house, not having the car I really want, not having enough money, not having a man, not having is sometimes the most active word in my life. However, I had an enlightening conversation about life with a good...

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Students in The Classroom From Hell
June

Students in The Classroom From Hell

By in Humour | 6 comments

As a newly qualified teacher, I was bursting with enthusiasm, and keen to share my newly acquired skills in the classroom. Interesting start to my day I woke up to a cold, grey Monday morning.  I didn’t get much sleep during the night. I was excited and couldn’t wait for the day to start. I was keen to meet my new students. I got dressed, grabbed a quick cup of...

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Enjoy Christmas on a Budget
June

Enjoy Christmas on a Budget

By in Christmas, Lifestyle | 6 comments

Enjoy Christmas on a budget, and start shopping from now. It is only 60 days away! Money is tight for many people, especially at this time of year. Christmas shopping can be stressful and expensive. In an effort to please everyone, you may buy costly presents, and stock up on food and drinks for when the family come over. It’s easy to run up your credit cards...

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Let’s Talk About Love
June

Let’s Talk About Love

By in Relationships | 0 comments

A wise man once said, “The sweetest joy is love.” Falling in love consumes your mind, body, heart and emotions. It is the air you breathe, the water you drink and the food you eat. When you’re in that new bubbly stage of falling in love, you always imagine that those delightful feelings will last forever.   In reality, the bubble will burst one day...

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Is it You or is it Me?
June

Is it You or is it Me?

By in June's Poems | 6 comments

Something is happening and I don’t know why. It’s happening to you and to me. We’re killing each other baby, can’t you see? You say I’ve changed, and that may be. Can’t you see that you have changed too! We’re at each other night and day. Who is going to be the winner today? Who is going to let off first? Is it going to be...

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Are Your Words Like a knife in Someone’s Back?
June

Are Your Words Like a knife in Someone’s Back?

By in Relationships | 5 comments

 “Sticks and stones may break my bones, but words can never hurt me.” Words do hurt and can hurt quite deeply. Destructive, nasty words can stay buried in your memories for many years. When were the last times someone said kind, uplifting words to motivate or comfort you? On the other hand, when were hateful, degrading words spoken to you? How did those words affect...

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I’m Fine Thanks
June

I’m Fine Thanks

By in Inspiration | 9 comments

There is nothing the matter with me; I’m as healthy as can be. I have arthritis in both knees and when I talk, I talk with a wheeze, My pulse is weak and my blood is thin, but I’m awfully well for the shape I’m in. Arch supports I have for my feet, or I wouldn’t be able to walk up the street. Sleep is denied me every night, but every morning...

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Teenage Daughters are From Saturn and Mothers From Jupiter
June

Teenage Daughters are From Saturn and Mothers From Jupiter

By in Parenting | 17 comments

Do you agree that teenage daughters are from Saturn and mothers from Jupiter? I have three daughters. The youngest one is a teenager. I’ve already gone through the teenage ‘madness’ with her older sisters. But with my youngest, it’s harder. Sometimes I feel like I’m banging my head against a brick wall! Raising a teenage daughter should...

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Don’t Let the Dark Months Give You the SAD Winter Blues
June

Don’t Let the Dark Months Give You the SAD Winter Blues

By in Lifestyle | 19 comments

For many people, the dark winter months bring on SAD (Seasonal Affective Disorder). It’s also known as the winter blues. SAD is triggered by lack of light in the day. Researchers have said the symptoms are caused by a chemical reaction in the brain due to insufficient bright light. Some of the SAD symptoms are: depression, anxiety, tiredness, low resistance to...

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