NURSERY | Black and white arrow-printed wallpaper sets the tone for this eclectic, mature nursery. A turquoise, over-dyed rug brings a playful pop of color to the neutral space. Scandinavian-style furniture is both sleek and gender-neutral.
For the month of November I challenged myself to eat no sugar or wheat for the entire month. I called it NOvember and I wanted to see if there was any relationship between food and personal development. Here are the results.
Why start your own personal development blog? Because you're got so much to share about your own journey is personal development / self-help / being-the-best-you! None of us are perfect. Not even Tony Robbins! But we all have something to share with each other; the struggles, the victories, the confusion and the light bulb moments. As you share your journey through personal development on a blog, you not only help others... you help yourself by ordering your thoughts and providing...
Instructions on how to start your own personal development blog - or any blog for that matter. This post details how to register a domain name, set up a hosting account, connect the domain name to your hosting account and then how to install wordpress on your domain, via your hosting account. it sounds like a lot, but it's really not so bad when you just go step by step. And you only need to do this once!
Meditation for Entrepreneurs - often we think we're too busy... sometimes it's a case of not realising we're an entrepreneur. Either way though, meditation is a fantastic tool for our arsenal.
Exploring London and looking for Brick Lane street art. There is so much to see. East London is such a colourful part of the city. You'll find Banksy pieces and more.
The Next Gen And Why They Need Us
Why discipleship is so needed and how you can be part of it! Tansquared Youth Ministry. Good morning fellow Youth workers! Today we have the lovely Kaitlin from The Barefoot Blog to encourage us! She’s sharing about the important role discipleship plays in our teenagers lives and draws from her own experience. If you’re feeling discouraged in this area of ministry today, this post is for you. Welcome, Kaitlin! “Monday nights were...