A Parents’ Practical Guide to Surviving Kindergarten

Breaking news  - just in! Alarm clocks will go off between 0500am and 0630am across the globe in the next few weeks with kids being able to dress themselves in unprecedented record times.  The event is anticipated to reportedly give hope to millions of new kindergarten parents that maturity had finally spawned within their little ones such … Continue reading A Parents’ Practical Guide to Surviving Kindergarten

Day 24 – Meditation for productivity, stress relief and arousal – #300wordsaday

If you have ever done any form of meditation my gut tells me there is a strong reason to believe you found some benefit. I italicised the word 'any' in the proceeding sentance because meditation comes in many forms. I've sat at my desk with my eyes closed, feeling relaxed and just focused on my breathing, … Continue reading Day 24 – Meditation for productivity, stress relief and arousal – #300wordsaday

Day 21 – Worlds greatest blog, card counting and Scandinavians – #300wordsaday

21. The age at which Americans are legally considered adults. The time in life when Australians make an excuse to have another party when they've already celebrated their 18th. Scandium, the element from Scandinavia with an atomic mass of 21. The title of the box office movie about a bunch of MIT students who take … Continue reading Day 21 – Worlds greatest blog, card counting and Scandinavians – #300wordsaday

Day 18 – Observations from 18 straight days of blogging – #300wordsaday

I feel like a blogging virgin. All this blogging stuff feels new to me all over again. Even though I've been blogging for a few years, the last 18 days so far have been an eye opener.  Coming into October I was a bit lost for direction when it came to topics, trying to find … Continue reading Day 18 – Observations from 18 straight days of blogging – #300wordsaday