You have a big dream of a sunny future because you want to change your current job, car, home, fitness, or even entire life.
You’ve even visualised the new big dream in the hope that it’ll somehow “manifest” itself.
And you’ve found that nothing has changed. You’ve done nothing.
So, it’s time to ditch the big dream and take a different approach.
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Office life, love it or hate it, is the norm for many of us. So how can you tell if it’s the right environment for you to thrive in and what practical action can you take if it’s not?
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Maintaining a woodpile is a practical task.
And like many hands on tasks there are lessons to learn that can be applied to the rest of life. Here are five from the woodpile.
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“We perform ourselves over time” – Grayson Perry
If you want a strange self-portrait that will inspire then look no further than Grayson Perry’s “Map of Days”.
Even the title of British artist and sculptor Grayson Perry’s self-portrait “Map of Days” gives us a hint that this isn’t the usual face painted with oils.
So what is it and how does it inspire?
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Steam punk is a fantasy world in which mainstream technology stopped developing.
Steam is the power, engineers deal with real engines and it’s hands-on inventing your new contraption whilst looking good in Victorian garb.
But could we wind back the clock and really live like that? And what would the benefits be?
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