You know who you are, you have content to create, deadlines to meet and new projects on the horizon. Meantime, your website hasn’t been updated for a year, who knows when you’ll finish that blog post, and who has time for social media?
It’s a fast-paced world being a creative and often getting content out the door is your only focus, but you need to build your profile and keep it out there – and there are only so many hours in the day.
I have a lot of landscape photos that are just okay – a bit bland, so I decided to start playing with them using filters and adding in images. I’m pretty pleased how this turned out so going to do some more!
MIddlemore Hospital in Auckland recently notified that it had three patients infected with Carbapenem-resistant organisms (CRO) and this is something we should all be very worried about. The World Health Organisation (WHO) has been running a global campaign to raise awareness of antibiotic resistance because it is a major threat to everyone’s health. That reported cases of CRO are increasing in New Zealand is terrifying because once it gets established, it is almost impossible to get rid of and we are fast approaching a time when the simplest of infections could kill you.
A few years ago I was fortunate to interview American neuropsychologist and author Dr. Rick Hanson. He has written a number of best-selling books that draw on his scientific and clinical knowledge of how the brain works combined with Buddhist concepts to teach people how to shape their brain for greater contentment, love, and wisdom.