It is great that in today’s world we are given so many choices. Choice can be amazing and a way for us to express our own individuality. However, choices can also overwhelm or even paralyze us. How do you handle an abundance of choices?
All of us are going through a difficult time. Though some of the things are reopening after the lockdown, yet the situation isn’t normal yet. We have to be more cautious about maintaining physical distancing, taking proper precautions, etc. At the same time, we’ll have to safeguard our finances too. […]
Regret can be something that eats away at you if you don’t rectify it quickly and gain some perspective. Many of you may agree with this statement as I have come to reflect on regret a lot in my life and I think many of us do at times. To […]
Nominee Amy Jane Beckett Nominated by William Beckett My daughter Amy Jane Beckett She is a secondary school teacher who has been in school to look after the students still in school. She has been doing arts and crafts and computer science puzzles. She is also setting work daily for […]
When you are stuck in quarantine, television has proven to be a great distraction. With so many provider options though, how do you chose? Or do you always have to??
Nominee Joanne Hollingsworth Nominated by Debbie Parfitt I am nominating my keyworker Joanne Hollingsworth Because she has been there since the first day of the Co-vid outbreak she has been there for me and mum Helped me through the tough times Click to Nominate your #MyLocalRoleModel here View more nominees […]
Pay per click marketing as modern process of using ads to generate leads and revenue is proven to be prone to fraud. This eventually affects planned advertising budget. According to a Solutions company – ClickCease, bots, Click Farms, and competitors can feign potential customer only to derail marketing budget. […]
Computers… the time-savers of the day. For school, for work, for fun. But are they always time-savers? Do they sometimes cost us time?
Nominee Paul Hamby Nominated by PAMELA HAMBY Would love to nominate my lovely hubby Paul for always working hard to provide for us. He’s a cemetery ranger so digs graves, walks funerals down, lowers if needs be, buries ashes, sees to all the flowers and grass etc At such a […]
Being a writer is one of the most important passions in my life today and as I get older, I grow to love other creative ways to express myself. To stick with writing for a moment, I have considered myself a writer then probably the age of twelve. Growing up […]