Boiling Frogs

[Please note: Any case studies/people which may be mentioned in this blog are composites (unless otherwise indicated) of personal and professional experience over 25 years of people-helping in a number of different capacities and circumstances. Resemblance to any specific individual, living or dead, is purely coincidental and totally unintentional.] Just how stressed are you? DoContinue reading “Boiling Frogs”

Fooling Around

I’ve been introduced to IFTTT – a groovy little app that allows me to control where things are cross-posted. “IFTTT” stands for If THIS then THAT and is pronounced like ‘gift’ without the ‘g.’ So I’ve been playing with it. This morning, I realised that it needed tweaking because my posts from this blog wereContinue reading “Fooling Around”

Telling Lies with Impunity

As usual, Matt Walsh is a lot snarky and more than a little politically incorrect. I hadn’t really thought about the penchant for media lying with regard to gay rights, but I’ve certainly thought about it in general. With the tendency of anything even a little bit weird, wicked, or way-out-there to go viral, liesContinue reading “Telling Lies with Impunity”

Elation and Despair – The Highs and Lows of Blogging |Reblog

Traffic Dos and Don’ts: A Checklist. As a writer who sees blogging as the most convenient medium for expression, the whole “speaking-into-a-vacuum” thing is sometimes discouraging. I find myself feeling elated when someone comments on a post, and crestfallen when a blog entry generates zero activity. I thought it was just my uberCholeric self, andContinue reading “Elation and Despair – The Highs and Lows of Blogging |Reblog”