What is so compelling about two young Brits getting married? Nathan Thompson explores why the royal wedding of Kate Middleton and Prince William has captured the world’s attention.
Archives for April 2011
When the emotional/energetic patterns stored in your body don’t resonate with the intentions you have for your life, there is a conflict. Fortunately, there’s a solution.
Rosie Bitts is doing a one women show! Follow Rosie backstage and find out what it really takes to create an amazing theatrical production.
Joshua S. Hill says there’s a common theme amongst the majority of literary critics — they’re living in a world that is open to their interpretation, not yours. Just look at their dislike of The Lord of the Rings which consistently tops the lists of readers’ favourite books of all time.
In Part I of Take a Hike, Not a Pill, Mary Rose began exploring the root causes of depression. In Part II, she looks at how the reptilian part of the human brain is at odds with the way we think life should be.
In the mid 80s, Judy Eberspaecher used to buy 100 pounds of fresh-frozen scallops from a friend who frequently travelled to Digby, Nova Scotia, the scallop capital of the world. Judy dispensed scallops to friends, collected their favourite recipes and vowed that one day she would write a cookbook featuring scallops. Twenty years later, her book is a reality.
As he purges intense fear, a writer comes closer to facing some deep abuse issues, and he prepares to face the “monsters in the closet”.
In the midst of all this dog training and behavioural science, dogs remain one of the beautiful gifts nature has bestowed on us. Let’s take a moment to appreciate them for all that they are — and be thankful for what they are not.
I often hear people say about Kate Middleton, future Queen, “Well, good luck to her, but I wouldn’t want to put up with all that protocol.” There is no accounting for the stupidity of the plebs. Think about it.
As marathon day approaches, Jess is in pain and not sure how she will run the 26 miles.