I love the title of this book. Does the panda eat, then shoots and then leaves or does the panda eat the shoots and the leaves? Well my eight year old decided that someone eats, shoots and them leaves – the technically correct version luckily!Continue reading “Eats, Shoots and Leaves”
On Saturday 27th October 2018, Yuva Nartan took place. It is an annual Indian classical dance and music show organised by Nupur Arts. This festival was made up of eight performances with a break in between.
The first dance was a kathak piece accompanied by a live tabla, santoor and vocals. Seetal Kaur performed this dance and it was a mesmerising and beautiful dance.
Continue reading “Yuva Nartan 2018 – A review”
Meditation Now or Never by Steve Hagen.
I picked up this book on meditation not sure what to expect. While reading it, I sometimes felt like I know all of this, however, when I sat down to write this book review I realised I had actually learnt quite a bit.Continue reading “Meditation Now or Never”
In aid of national poetry day on Thursday, I thought I would go back and have a look at all the poems that I have written on my blog. Turns out its not as easy to find old poems and poetry as I didn’t tag them very well. But I’ve gone back and tagged them all under the category poetry so it should be easier to find – I think. To read other poems that I have written, you can follow this link – Poems. Continue reading “In aid of National Poetry Day”
I started reading Buddhism for Mothers while on holiday. On holiday its really easy to take on board all the exercises outlined and even to try out some of the meditating exercise. Since coming back, even though I’ve tried being mindful but its not that easy. However, the best thing about Buddhism is not to berate yourself about it but peacefully move along and carry on when you can again. Continue reading “Buddhism for Mothers by Sarah Naptoli”
This post summarises my top 5 business books reviews. Over the years I have read and reviewed lots of books. Some are business type books, some are related to parenting and education type and although I like reading lots of fiction, I have only reviewed a few fiction books on my blog. The following books that I have read and reviewed are my favourite ones that have a more business focus.
The amazon links below are all affiliated to my account which means that I earn a small commission if you were to buy a book using my link. It is at no extra cost to you.
Continue reading “My top 5 Business book reviews”
City of Sinners is the third book in Harry Virdee series by A.A. Dhand. Considering I’ve read all three of his books this year, I think I’m getting slightly obsessed with him. Continue reading “City of Sinners by A.A. Dhand”
This book was written by my new blogging idol Aby Moore. I’d like to say this is going to be an objective review of the book but I really can’t find anything to fault. The start of the book has her personal story on how she started blogging as a diary to record her daughter’s life. It then developed from there into a business with opportunities to go travel and receive things that were earned from her hard work and dedication to her blog. Continue reading “Blogs Change Lives”
These 15 simple steps to create a filing system for your accounts paperwork are aimed at self employed sole traders. You need to keep paperwork for at least 10 years in case you ever get an enquiry from HMRC. Being organised can help your accountant turnover the work faster and also resolve HMRC enquires faster, if you were ever in that situation. Continue reading “15 simple steps to create a filing system for your accounts paperwork”
This is a practical book showing you how to get your personal finances sorted. It’s not a wishy-washy book saying here are all your options, now go and find something that works for you. The book has a step by step guide like following a recipe to get out of debt and start saving. Continue reading “The Wealth Chef”