Denyse Whelan Blogs 7 Days A Week in 2016.
Words And Pics To Ponder. 366/181. Last year I helped fund Cards for Mindfulness. Today I drew 3 random cards, and they all follow the theme of: noticing nature enjoying I have teamed each card with a scene from my recent photography excursions. I hope you find something in these that you can enjoy and […]
How Did You Choose Your Career? 366/180. Today I am asking YOU, dear readers, about the way you made your choice of career. Maybe you consider that it is a job rather than a career you have. Whichever way you look at it, most of us, have had the opportunity to start a career. Maybe […]
I Wish I’d Done THIS Differently. 366/179. In the overall scheme of things, I know this is nothing to whinge about…but it comes to me every so often about how much better off we would be now if I had done THIS differently. What is that? It’s my decision, as a so-called very practical and […]
What Do You See? 366/178. When I take photos I often ‘see’ things. No, not wooooo woo like that! I mean I see a ‘meaning’ for me within the scene I have captured. I also find out as much about the history of some of my photos as I can and then ‘go back in […]
Index Card Update! #ICAD2016. 366/177. By the 28 June the 2016 Index Card a Day (ICAD) challenge will have run for 4 weeks. I’ve been posting cards I have created each day on the closed Facebook groups for ICAD. I use the prompts to challenge my ‘head’ for creative responses and the prepped cards give […]
Beach After Storms. 366/176. We are almost at the end of our first month of Winter here in Australia. June has been pretty cruel in terms of natural events and some places on the coast and inland were hit by the double whammy of high tides and heavy rain. The next few days we are […]
Small Acts Of Kindness. 366/175. It does not take much effort to be kind. However, we may not always been in the frame of mind to be kind. I understand that. Through my meditation practices and learning in recent years I know that to be kind to myself …I can be kind towards others. I […]