Wednesday, September 23, 2009

There's an app for that!

Ever thought "I wish I could...." and then forgotten what it was you wished for? Or wanted a bit of techno help with getting what you're after? Well, now there's an app for that. If you have an iPhone you can download an application that lets you make and keep track of your cosmic orders on your iPhone, along with your calendar, email and MP3 collection.

Noel Edmonds says it works, so it must be true, right? :-)

"We must never forget that the Cosmos exists solely to help those who want to help themselves. It is an incredibly powerful force and a wonderful friend and ally for all who adopt a positive approach to life," said Edmonds.

If you fancy a go, Noel Edmonds Cosmic Ordering costs £1.19 from the Apple iTunes App store and requires the iPhone 3.0 Software Update. Good luck!

Wednesday, July 22, 2009

Just because....Smile

This song was actually written by Charlie Chaplin, even though it's the Nat King Cole version that gets me every time.

Smile though your heart is aching
Smile even though its breaking
When there are clouds in the sky, youll get by
If you smile through your fear and sorrow
Smile and maybe tomorrow
Youll see the sun come shining through for you

Light up your face with gladness
Hide every trace of sadness
Although a tear may be ever so near

Thats the time you must keep on trying
Smile, whats the use of crying?
Youll find that life is still worthwhile
If you just smile....

Tuesday, July 21, 2009

I read a really cute book on holiday and I'd really reccomend it to any positive princesses hung up on the big three 'M's that can turn a great day into a sour one - men (can be lovely but can be a pain in the proverbial posterior) money (can't seem to get enough of the stuff to keep a girl in Benefit and Green & Black's) chocolate (does my bum look big in this....probably)

Meena Van Praag has something to say to every girl about the man-shaped stresses that make our days wonderful when they are playing nicely - but can sure as hell cause a malfunction in the positive memory banks when they don't (a) turn up (b) play ball...

"Love is one of the best things about life. And falling in love opens our hearts and makes every moment light, bright and beautiful. But in order for love to thrive we must be having a love affair with ourselves and the rest of our lives. Or our partners will be used as our substitute for life, a safety blanket instead of a soul mate.

"If we cling to our relationship, scared to step out into life, this love will sour. If we believe lacking a relationship makes us less, we'll soon feel we don't deserve one. Pursuing your own dreams, and fulfilling your own heart, will take you to true love. "

So, the trick is to:

1. Beg, borrow, buy or steal a copy of Men, Money & Chocolate
2. Read it
3. Remember there's more to life than any or all three.

Men Money & Chocolate

Monday, May 11, 2009

Feeling Supportive?

Have you cleaned out your underwear drawer recently and ended up with a bra surplus that needs dealing with?

Don't bin them - take your bras along to pregnancy lingerie specialists Hot Milk, who are sending used underwear to Zimbabwe where they could help prevent the sexual abuse of young women.

Owning underwear gives women prestige, shows they have money and means men are less likely to assault them.

Visit www.hotmilk

Sunday, May 10, 2009

Fabulise Yourself!!!

All you Sassy Minxes, there's a new site just for you - and I'm introducing it to you with a fabulous offer.

Have a sassy session with Lisa Clark, the original sassy minx, and you'll be glad you did. Who needs therapy when you have the original sassiest minx of them all to tell you how to do it and get the life you love and deserve?

Do you want…A life that rocks?A fire in your belly fueled by passion, desire and most importantly, fun?To date with confidence?Enhance your inner sparkle?To feel fabulous - inside and out?

Then you absolutely, positively need to experience THE SASSY SESSIONS.

Saturday, March 21, 2009

The Secret to Happiness?

A Harvard professor says he knows the secret to happiness and is ready to share it with the world.

Unfortunately, nobody believes him.

The secret, according to psychology professor Daniel Gilbert, is to ask a total stranger.

"In some common situations, surprisingly, the best way to know what will make you happy is to find somebody who is already in the situation you're contemplating and see how happy they are"
So, if you want to become a lawyer, stop daydreaming. Instead, go find a lawyer.

"All you have to do is find one person who is a lawyer and you're already going to have more information about what it's like to be one than you could ever generate on your own," Gilbert said.

Monday, February 09, 2009

Fed up with people moaning about the cold weather? well, just watch this and see how a bit of the white stuff can help random strangers connect - and get back in touch with their inner eight year olds...