We’re looking at the month of February through the theme of Heartstrings. When we selected this theme, we were thinking (as I am sure you’ll have guessed) about Valentines Day, but even more we were thinking about Love.
February isn’t purely about Valentines Day (even if Hallmark and chocolate shops would have us think that)… join Karen as she encourages us to celebrate those we love every single day of the year.
“Maybe not everyone loves technology but I DO!”
Join Leah as she steps up on her soapbox and talks about something that is dear to her heart – the love or hate relationship that people have with technology.
A bell is no bell ’til you ring it,
A song is no song ’til you sing it,
And love in your heart
Wasn’t put there to stay –
Love isn’t love
‘Til you give it away.
Aaaaahhhhh, Valentine’s Day! Conjures up images (and expectations) of romantic love doesn’t it?
In the Spiritual Space this month, Annie reminds us of the infinite capacity we have to love, and to be loved…
There is a famous quote by William Morris which sums up the advice I give clients about decluttering their homes. He said,
“Have nothing in your house that you do not know to be useful, or believe to be beautiful.”
Join Angela this month as she provides some wonderful tips on how to declutter by listening to your heart…
Heartstrings! It’s such an emotive theme isn’t it? It’s a word that instantly takes us to our softer side.
Nostalgia. Love. Pain. Romance. Hurt. Family. Children. Lover. Grandchildren. Empathy. Gratitude. Envy. Support. Rejection.
Join Chris as she asks the questions that go to the heart of our relationships…
I love the idea of having something inside that will brace and sustain my heart (heaven knows it’s needed at times!) It might not be a nerve or a tendon, but our words and our writing can be used for the same effect. To brace and sustain our fragile, human hearts…
There are not too many things that pull on our heartstrings more than kids, animals and our home!
This month, Marj gives a selection of books that should do that and more…
Since we’re talking about love and heart and romance this month, it seemed obvious to choose smooshy songs to lurve by… Only, we’re really not into them in a big way. Have a look at what music Karen chooses to lift up her heart.