WordPress and Twitter

I will delete most of my posts about WordPress and Twitter for the simple reason that they have become outdated. All my six sites run on WordPress, it's an excellent toll whether you focus on blogging or on pages. I left Twitter a while back, I had stopped interacting with people there so no reason... Continue Reading →

Minimalism

Minimalism is about more than getting rid of stuff. It's a mindset, a way of life. These two qoutes say it well. At its core, being a minimalist means investing your time in the important things in life. The first step in crafting a life you want is to get rid of everything you don’t.... Continue Reading →

Gordon’s pizza?

This future is near... - Hello! Gordon's pizza? - No sir it's Google's pizza. - So it's a wrong number? - No sir, Google bought it. - OK. Take my order please .. - Well sir, you want the usual? - The usual? You know me? - According to our caller ID, in the last... Continue Reading →

Draw!

For a long time I've said that someday I'd like to learn how to draw. Yesterday I noticed a course at Udemy and I decided that it's time to turn "someday" into reality. "The Ultimate Drawing Course - Beginner to Advanced" was for sale, 10 € instead of 150 €, which made the decision a... Continue Reading →

Stop writing for everyone

I came across ‘Content is King’ and other reasons you shouldn’t write online. That's to me an odd title for a post about finding your voice and audience. What especially caught my attention is this: It’s time to stop writing for everyone, and start using your words to really say something. I like this one... Continue Reading →

Reflections February 9, 2016

Today is one of those days when I think too much. I have three mantra words. They are openness (open-minded, inquisitive, non-judging), presence (be here and now) and gratitude. To me that's a great mindset. Sometimes they are hard to follow, there are days like today when I do expect much more of myself -... Continue Reading →

Andre Rieu and Amazing Grace

This is a lovely tune and an amazing performance. It starts with a Scottish (I presume) band with drums and bagpipe and then it's a flute, a bagpipe and a symphony orchestra. Excellent! Video: Andre Rieu and Amazing Grace Watch the video below or at Andre Rieu Amazing Grace

Big Magic by Elizabeth Gilbert

I just finished Big Magic: Creative Living Beyond Fear by Elizabeth Gilbert and I love it. The book is about creative living, regardless of what you're creating. Whether you're a writer, painter, photographer, do pottery or anything else this book is inspiring. The book description at The Book Depository says: Readers of all ages and... Continue Reading →

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