It's A Wonderful Life

21 May 19
For The Win

Steve Biro captured a symmetrical image of a bald eagle flying over a pond with its reflection in the water making it the perfect shot.

21 May 19
Shall We Get Dressed Now?

(This is based on my experience, written as a personal guide, not an instruction manual.) I’ve realised that for many people, including me, becoming ill is enough to cope with, without the hassles of ‘The System’ to navigate. So, I thought I would write a blog on cutting through all the red tape, aimed at […]

21 May 19
Let's Talk

Falling in Love is wonderful, providing your feelings are reciprocated, of course. We all know about butterflies and jolts of electricity and the sheer joy of getting to spend time with that special person. But what happens if you are in a relationship and still left wondering if you still want to be in a […]

21 May 19
kasiawrites - travel blog

Imposing, diminutive, ornate, plain, perched on a cliff, embedded within rolling fields, walled or moated, Kent’s countryside is scattered with castles to suit all tastes. But why …

21 May 19
Restaurant Week Lusaka

“This is Zambia” is beginning to mean we aim to do big things. A round of applause for ZAMFEST for going big this year.  When they rolled out their ticket prices many of us were concerned but when we saw the vision we got it.  It’s Zambia’s weekend ‘Burning Man’, a camping extravaganza that is […]

21 May 19
The unSLEEPable Renee Wong.. er... Mytar

In a conversation today with a friend. We were sharing in some marital life challenges and just acknowledging how hard it is to keep it fresh, interesting, genuine and exciting. I found myself negating some elements by replacing it with the statements of “at least he really easy going, nice, kind”… basically, all the good […]

21 May 19
Անուշիկ Քելամյան

The life of a teenager can be complicated sometimes. It is a difficult age and there are many problems on the way of becoming adults. For example, the choice of free-time activities, parent-child misunderstanding, the choice of future profession, dealing with the first love and so on. All teenagers have their own views on their […]

21 May 19
Well & Fit Coaching

Happy Monday everyone! I hope you all had a wonderful Monday. Mondays can be hard sometimes. Maybe you dread going back to work, getting the kids up early, or maybe Monday marks the beginning of the diet you have been putting off. Whatever the circumstances Monday has earn the title of having a bad rep. […]

21 May 19
Andrea Furuli: Keeping it Real

Andrea Furuli, and I’m all in.  I’ve decided to take the plunge and jump from my personal comfort zone of getting through my daily routine.  Yep, true. I’m committed to surface and share personal glimpses that I hope will create a community that can be uplifting; a place where we can be strengthened by our […]

21 May 19
Մարիամ Փաշայան

The life of a teenager can be complicated sometimes. It is a difficult age and there are many problems on the way of becoming adults. For example, the choice of free-time activities, parent-child misunderstanding, the choice of future profession, dealing with the first love and so on. All teenagers have their own views on their […]

21 May 19
Daily Meditation by Rev. Jerry

Meditation for 05/21/2019 “But I lead a blameless life; redeem me and be merciful to me.” (Psalm 26:11) Frequently the psalmist sought God’s mercy. God’s mercy (Hebrew – chanan) is His unmerited blessing and favor. It expresses His love and compassion, apart from which there would be no salvation. Mercy is a basic characteristic of […]

21 May 19
Taxi Near Me

Commanded by one of England’s most noteworthy houses of God, the pretty city of Winchester offers epic history, an excellent common setting and a prospering foodie scene – only an hour from London… Stroll through history at Winchester Cathedral Strong and forcing, Winchester’s Norman house of God dates from 1070 and is a standout amongst […]