Evan on February 28th, 2009

Jess has started a forum specifically for those new to internet marketing. What is a forum? It’s a series of emails except that they are kept on a site instead of in your computer. There are fora (forums) dedicated to different topics. So you can go and exchange emails with people on a particular topic. […]

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Evan on February 27th, 2009

Just a quick post to let you know about a great post. It is called Self Development Roadblocks on Sid Savara’s blog (called SidSavara.com). I particularly like that he acknowledges the importance of the situation and also emphasises that we can usually take initiative to make changes in the situation. The way he advocates for […]

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Evan on February 26th, 2009

I have a new guest post on the Psychology, Philosophy and Real Life blog. It is about persevering with changing: why we sometimes persevere with change and sometimes we don’t. It is called I/t Didn’t Work. I hope you like it. Evan Bookmark It Hide Sites

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Time for another trip around the blogosphere’s health sites. First up is one for those of us who are getting older. Exercise and Fitness Sports for Seniors is a good introduction to health and fitness for older people. There is a range of topics covered, though there is a not a great deal of depth […]

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Evan on February 23rd, 2009

Image by Bridgman Pottery I’m not really much of a housework type person. I don’t hate it, but it doesn’t interest me either. I can bear a fair bit of untidiness until I feel the need to tidy up. One job that symbolises housework for me is sorting the socks after washing them. But I […]

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Evan on February 20th, 2009

I have a guest post on the Philosophy, Psychology and Real Life blog.  It is about how responsibility tends to be a part of a job.  I look at how responsibility is part of the professions and how knowledge affects responsibility – especially in the ‘caring professions’.  I then narrow the focus to counselling and […]

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Evan on February 11th, 2009

I have a guest post on the Philosophy, Psychology and Real Life blog.  It is about what my niece said to my one morning: about not knowing if others are real.  I also touch on the 20th century philosopher Wittgenstein.  Also on how we can draw closer to others by recognising that their experience is […]

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Image by sk8rboi At the moment I am sharing a house with an eight year old (let’s call her ‘Screamer’) and a five year old (let’s call him ‘Kicker’). They are experts at provoking each other. This has led to me dealing with a lot of anger in the last few weeks. (The preference for […]

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