When you need to get rid of others out of your soul

Opinions. Belief-systems. Values. Norms. Cultures. We all have them, or are part of them. Readers who have been following me for a while, know I have specific ones. The older I get, the more I study and read to gain knowledge about belief-systems and the opinions, values, norms, cultures of my neighbors. To me knowledge […]

Back to daily routine, Woop Woop :-)

After three weeks of relaxing, finishing projects around our farmhouse, helping family moving, and many other activities (which I will post over later this week), today we started our daily routine again. Meaning, my hubby went back to work again and I am blogging, coaching, taking care of our dog, farmhouse, creating illustrations, etc., etc., […]

Review Developing Leadership Skills ~ course created by Mathias Sager

For years I worked in the corporate world and married to a global manager, who still works in a multinational, I immediately took the opportunity to follow the course Developing Leadership Skills created by Mathias Sager. Mathias and I connect for quit some time now, mostly via our websites, and we love to debate about […]

Review: The Legend of the Lumenstones ~ Tanya Cliff

Among the blogs and websites I follow myself, I have a few authors on my weekly reading list. For Katherin E. Garland I wrote my first review on my website in Patty-style as I like to call it, because I am not an official reviewer  Last year, I  also wrote two reviews for Richard M. Ankers and one for another talented […]

When cultural differences disappear and Beautiful Souls connect

Usually, I don’t watch a lot of programs on television which are sport related. A big admirer of Roger Federer, tennis-player and living legend, and when I remember he is playing in one of the four big ATP tournaments, I try to watch. Also soccer I don’t watch regularly. The European Championship or World Championship, when […]