Here’s why I’ve realised that my listening skills could do with some work, and what I intend to do about it.
After years of skepticism, here’s why I’ve changed my mind about the monks and the maiden, and how it helps me to overcome road rage on a daily basis.
When your partner comes home and tells you about a near-death experience on the motorbike, you’re allowed to freak out. But then you write a blog about it. Her’es mine:
A personal anecdote about the non-importance of being right, and pretty much the only good thing I’ve taken from Brexit.
Sometimes, a little maths goes a long way. Here’s a quick percentage technique to help increase happiness, instantly.
A little love and romance today, from a Valentines’ skeptic, on this Happy Un-Valentines Day.
Read today to find out what the greatest thing you can do for another person is… and then go and do it! (No kidneys required!)
It’s okay to have an ego – it’s just not if you shove it in people’s faces. Here’s a little tip for better conversation, even if you’re a secret big-head.
A new approach to ‘date night’ from the realm of positive psychology, bound to make you enjoy and appreciate each other that little bit more.
I’ve learned over time that a shared life can indeed be a great life. Just be sure to share the crappy stuff too!