Enhance your productivity, don't limit yourself
The box office hit film ‘Limitless’ was based on a character ‘Eddie Mora’ and what became his addiction to the pill NZT 48. Eddie was a stagnant writer with no confidence, but the NZT 48 pill changed his life. He became a man without limits. Eddie was a high achiever, accomplishing his goals and fulfilling his desires.
The pill was a clear tablet, a fiction drug that activated the brain and abolished natural limitations of the ability to think.
Cybersecurity and data protection
If we were to ask you to define cybersecurity, what would you say? You understand the concept but need to know more?
The definition of Cyberspace is an electronic medium of digital networks used to store, modify and communicate information. Cyberspace influences and makes a big impact on our lives, our businesses and services. You would assume that your personal information in cyberspace would be secure and protected. We are all aware that isn’t the case in reality.
Men's mental health - let the music play!
I’m not male and I’m not claiming to be an expert in mental health or men!
I strive to understand men. (I’m smiling)
I’m a storyteller and a messenger – someone who has been inspired to write an article because of a noticeable change in men’s behaviour over the last couple of years and men’s mental health has been in the news headlines recently.
I feel now would be a good time to introduce the 3 wise men that I am travelling with through this article…
When my son asked me why I wanted to be a stuntman I had a quick and easy answer, I was impressed by action movies and I wanted to be in them.
I don’t know how I would feel if he said he wants to do the same, maybe we could do father and son stunts so I know I would always be there to catch him.
Heavy metal toxicity from tuna
Tuna is making the headlines again…
If you love a tuna sandwich, a tuna steak or a thick piece of fluffy fish, this article is for you.
Recent studies have yet again confirmed that tuna fish contains high levels of metals of which could be dangerous for human consumption.
Britain's housing crisis
Theresa May could face a conservative backlash over the housing crisis if she doesn't listen to the backbench conservatives. The Prime Minister has been advised to force councils to build more homes in an attempt to tackle the housing crisis and prompt a building boom.
Proposals have been put in place but nothing will be published until the end of the month according to The Department for Communities and Local Government.
UK population - statistics and housing
The national statistics population estimates mid-2016 revealed that the population of the UK was estimated to be 65,648,000 as of 30th June 2016.
The number of people that are resident in the UK including migrants has increased by 0.8% (538,000). That is a growth rate similar to the average annual growth rate since 2005.
Loss of a pet
I’m sitting at my desk writing this article and there’s something missing.
There isn’t the purring noise from my little four-legged best friend curled up on her chair next to me as I type, she’s gone now and she’s not coming back. I would like to think that she is chasing mice and climbing trees beyond the pearly gates.
Where have all the bees gone?
When I found out that I needed to write an article about bees I was a bit like, ‘OK, I love bees, I can put something together at some point, no rush.’ But, once I started doing the research for the article, I got totally hooked on the little yellow and black insects and now I can’t wait to tell you everything I have found out about those cute, tiny, flying machines.
One man and his dog
A dog is life-changing physically and mentally.
They say that a dog is the only thing on earth that loves you more than you love yourself and a dog will teach you, unconditional love.
A man once said to me, “A dog is always pleased to see you, loves you unconditionally, is obedient, keeps you fit and wants to sleep with you. What more could a man want?”
Having a hysterectomy
In the words of Dolly Parton, “Sometimes it’s hard to be a woman.”
When I was told I needed to have a hysterectomy I was mortified, I was 46 years old and not ready to lose my womanhood.
I am glad I had the operation and as a woman it was the best thing I ever did for my body, heart and soul but it wasn’t an easy ride.