Inspiration and Encouragement for Strength and Happiness

A Massive “Thank You” To All My Readers
June

A Massive “Thank You” To All My Readers

By in Blogging | 4 comments

Thank You So Much! I am overwhelmed by your response to my blog. Your kind words have really touched my heart. My blog is fairly new and at times I wondered if I was on the right track. There were times when I felt that not many people was reading my articles and became disillusioned. I’m glad I persevered because of the support from my faithful readers,...

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Gone But Not Forgotten
June

Gone But Not Forgotten

By in June's Poems | 20 comments

Only yesterday you laughed and reminisced with us, Shared your thoughts and life’s experiences. You watched the seasons changing colours And gave us joy by being in our lives.   Your light will forever burn on in our hearts, Brimming with love of the captured memories of you; The rock that stood so strong and proud, Full of wisdom, care, kindness and...

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Would You Know If Your Child Was Self-harming?
June

Would You Know If Your Child Was Self-harming?

By in Lifestyle | 8 comments

Self-harming is a fast growing illness which affects a lot of young people. The first time I heard the term self-harming was when I worked in a secondary school five years ago. What is self-harming? It’s when your young child or teenager intentionally harm themselves or injure a part of their body. They may cut themselves with scissors, broken glass or razors,...

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Memories
June

Memories

By in June's Poems | 7 comments

A summer garden perfumed with aromatic smell, Distinctly dominant, prevails the fragrant mint I recall so well. The invigorating aroma lingers, arousing innate senses Awakening nostalgic memories of childhood days gone past, Charmed by this exquisite aroma, reunited at last.   Memories of grandma’s mint plant, growing vigorously wild Her tea brewed to...

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Waiting On God?
June

Waiting On God?

By in Relationships | 4 comments

When I acquired the single woman status, it was hard at first. After a while, though, I got used to being by myself. I really enjoyed the freedom. I was able to do what I wanted when I wanted to do it. If I didn’t want to cook, it was no big deal. If I didn’t feel like tidying up the house, I left it until I was in the mood. I didn’t have...

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Say Goodbye to Puffy Eyes
June

Say Goodbye to Puffy Eyes

By in Health & Beauty | 35 comments

Two of the main causes of puffy eyes are lack of sleep and crying.  Did you know that sleeping on your face is also one of the culprits that make your eyes puffy? Pregnancy, menstruation, hangover, eating salty foods or drinking any type of  liquid (even water) two hours before bedtime will puff out those eyes. Fluids in the body needs an outlet. Unfortunately, that...

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Riots, Anger and Free-Loaders
June

Riots, Anger and Free-Loaders

By in Lifestyle | 5 comments

I dropped my teenage daughter off at Thornton Heath in Croydon at 5.30 p.m. on Monday 8th August.  She went to take part in a video shoot with some other teenagers. Shortly after I arrived home the telephone rang. “Mum, are you watching the news?” asked my eldest daughter urgently. “There are riots going on in Croydon and other parts of...

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Worries
June

Worries

By in Inspiration | 2 comments

My mind is in a turmoil And my thoughts are in a whirl. The problems seem to multiply, As round and round they swirl. Did I make the right decision? Did I make the wrong remark? It all seems so important, As I lay here in the dark. I know that I won’t get to sleep, I’ll toss and turn all night. Yet suddenly it’s morning, And the sky is clear and...

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7 Ways to Manage Anger
June

7 Ways to Manage Anger

By in Relationships | 9 comments

It’s ok to get angry. It’s not a bad emotion. The key is knowing how to deal with anger. It’s been said that women are not comfortable with anger and they find it hard to handle. June Price Tangney disagreed, as stated in her book ‘Conscious Emotions.’ “Women are just as able to acknowledge anger as men are. We’ve also found...

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And We Think God Doesn’t Talk to Us?
June

And We Think God Doesn’t Talk to Us?

By in Relationships | 7 comments

This story is worth reading. A friend of mine kindly shared it with me and now I’m sharing it with you. Consumed by my loss, I didn’t notice the hardness of the pew where I sat. I was at the funeral of my dearest friend – my mother. She finally had lost her long battle with cancer. The hurt was so intense; I found it hard to breathe at times....

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