They're easy to read Lists gives you a sense of achievement People like to see items on lists they've already completed to check them off No imagination on the part of the writers? Attention spans are ... Have you noticed they never seem to go much higher than the mid-teens? Think about the psychology. I've read listicles citing the three … Continue reading The rise of the listicle – why is everything in list form these days?
Is the technical term 'jinxing oneself'? Yep, after all that blah blah blah about getting better, today I feel worse. And since I've recently made a pact with myself to sit down and write every time I think of looking at Facebook(!), you're going to hear about it! Seriously though, Facebook is such a big … Continue reading Chronic Fatigue is not a mental disorder
post by Elizabeth Gilbert (click the link) During the hardest times of the last 10 months, my brain would be churning with thoughts and ideas and often just as I was wanting to go to bed, the trials of the day would need to be expressed and writing my blog gave me the outlet to do … Continue reading Tips for the creative
I am a big believer, and always have been, in opening a book to a random page and seeing what message lies there for you. It's illuminating and at the very least fun to interpret. It's been almost a month now since I made a change to my diet (removing dairy) that has contributed hugely to … Continue reading Opening the book