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As you know, I’ve just returned from a trip to Bali. I went there for the Write A Bestseller Retreat at Sharing Bali. I think I also mentioned in a previous post somewhere that I had never been interested in going to Bali, what with all the drunk Australians that are drawn to the island. Bali equalled Kuta equalled Bali, as far as I was concerned. I am here to tell you that Bali was one of THE best travel experiences I’ve ever had. If you have been following my escapades adventures on my travel blog, you’ll know that the

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Bad is never good until worse happens. ~ Danish proverb I’ve been thinking a lot about perspective lately, and I have come to believe that it is one of the most valuable of gifts. It is a gradual awakening, brought on by comparing each of our experiences, beliefs, attitudes, views and opinions, one against the other. It cannot be done with a closed mind. One must be willing to analyse, to dig deep and think: how is this different from that? And in what ways are these things similar or different in terms of my experience? Are things better or

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This post was first published on 19 November, 2011. I am more at peace with the concept of work, and now enjoy it for the benefits it gives me. I turned 50 last year, and I still give away my heart a little too easily to unworthy men – some things never change! Dear Me, Wow. You are almost 50. So glad you made it out of the 80s alive, with your brain cells fully intact and no hint of a STD. But wasn’t it an interesting decade? I would say to you though, in order to make those years a little

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