18th March 2015

Service interruption

Dear Readers, Apologies for this short term service interruption. Normal service will resume as soon as possible. Kind regards, FWL
17th March 2015

An inspirational and tough day all in one

Some days are tougher than others. Some are like a roller coaster from start to finish. Sometimes light can be seen at the end of the tunnel and […]
16th March 2015

My hierarchy of needs

Back in 1943, Abraham Maslow proposed a theory about a hierarchy of needs in his paper entitled “A Theory of Human Motivation” (in Psychologica Review). His theories paralleled many […]
15th March 2015

Want to find out more about your Devon Ancestors?

Devon is tucked away in the ‘West Country’ of England and has a rich historical heritage that inspires and delights family historians. Although tourism has brought […]
14th March 2015

The Good, The Bad, The Bonkers and the Crazyhorses!

One of my favourite publications is Russell Ash’s Potty, Fartwell and Knob and, over the last eighteen months of blogging, I have regularly featured some of the more […]
13th March 2015

Black, white and no ‘Gray’ in the middle

In life, there are many things which are either black or white or sometimes black and white, like pandas and pianos. There really is no ‘gray’ in […]
12th March 2015

Fortune favours the bold

…. or sometimes the brave. People who bravely go after what they want are more successful than people who try to live safely. Sometimes safe is […]
11th March 2015

The disease to please

Duke Robinson, the author of Too Nice for Your Own Good, says that “Saying yes when you need to say no causes burnout. You do yourself and the […]
10th March 2015

Twits, Knobs and Windows

Another day of family history madness, but today, out and about in Marlow, en route to Bourne End for a lecture this evening (delivering, not an […]