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Learning from Latin

August 22, 2013

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Much of yesterday was spent with my head in a Latin dictionary as I scoured for inspiration for a new business name for a client of mine. There’s something about Latin words that just seem to denote power and prestige. As for Latin phrases, they’re often beautifully wrapped thought-provoking philosophies or simple reminders of how […]

Carpe punctum

October 27, 2012

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Today’s post is short and sweet …  Last week, I heard these gorgeous words on the radio: ‘It’s not about the length, it’s about the depth, it’s not about the minutes, it’s about the moments.’* Gorgeous. Then yesterday, I was reading Dan Millman’s book, The Twelve Gateways to Freedom.  I have devoured his words before and […]

Shine with a five

August 24, 2011

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I recommended a great book to Yvette from Breathe Believe Pilates the other day. It’s called The Twelve Gateways to Freedom by Dan Millman and is an absolute must-read for anyone interested in personal and spiritual growth. I listened to it on audio and it was fantastic ‘listen-to-whilst-running’ material. The first gateway according to Dan […]

Flow squared

August 12, 2011

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Last night I had an absolutely glorious run.  I don’t normally run at night … especially solo but last night I just felt in the mood.  So off I went … around 7.30pm.  The incessant heat and humidity meant my first kilometre or so was a trudge through peanut butter … but I persisted because […]