Deb's World

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How to save a sheep and other useful cycling tour tips

<b>So you want to join a cycling tour?</b><p><b>Save a sheep?</b><p><b>Here are a few Top Tips to help you get underway.</b><p><b>Starting out</b><p>Cycling tours, like people, come in all …

Cycling

Week 48: One object only

Daniel<p>I’ve always liked the tropical laid back vibes that the palm tree symbolises and now this ring serves as a constant reminder to slow down, …

Waffles

When your youngest turns the big 3-0

<b>Comparing lives with my youngest daughter</b><p>Some of my <b>favourite</b> posts were the ones I wrote comparing my life to that of my daughters, at the age they …

Commonwealth Bank

SOCIAL SATURDAY - A NEW SERIES

TIME FOR A CHANGE<p>I've been mulling over the fact that I have lots of blogging friends who've asked me to write a guest post on their blogs, but I've …

Middle Age

Why I blog - Exciting news to share and a huge thank you! - Sizzling Towards 60 & Beyond

Exciting news to share and a huge thank you!<p>I was excited over the weekend to learn that <b>Sizzling Towards 60 & Beyond was Runner Up (3rd place)</b> in the …

How To Break Up With Your Phone- week 4

I’m currently following the <i>How To Break Up With Your Phone</i> plan as featured in the book (of the same title) by Catherine Price. You can read about …

Productivity

Week 45: 42 (Grant’s choice)

I usually offer my own recap of our 52 week photo project but as I’m away travelling at the moment, I’ve decided to re-blog the original post instead.<p>…

Entertainment

What a week it’s been – Week 2 Odyssey highlights

<b>The Odyssey continues – highlights from Week 2</b><p><b>It’s been another huge week with many OMG moments – read on…..</b><p>What a week it’s been! I’ve finally found …

St Andrews

Annual Bloggers Bash Awards 2018

<b>My thoughts on the Annual Bloggers Bash Awards</b><p>In case you missed the news, the FOURTH Annual Bloggers Bash Awards were held in London on Saturday May …

Royal Weddings

Wordless Wednesday: It’s all water under the bridge

Week 44: Corners (Deb’s choice)

Daniel<p>Starting the day at Cosy Corner. That’s its real name, I didn’t make it up to fit in with the theme.<p>Debbie<p>In this lovely corner of the world, …

Havre Beneath the Streets Tour (The City That Went Underground)

Living in Seattle, I love the history of Seattle Underground. While researching my trip across highway US-2, I was surprised to find out there is a …

Istanbul – Mental As Anything, Magical Beyond Compare - Solo Female Travel

My plane descended into Ataturk International Airport in the last moments of the night. A sprawling city lit up in all the colors of the rainbow …

Our Odyssey update – highlights of Week 1

<b>The Odyssey continues – highlights from Week 1</b><p><b>What do strawberries, gin, croquet and history have in common? Read on…..</b><p>So we’ve been here in the …

Chitter Chatter with a Mother and Daughter - A Mother and Daughters' Own Perspectives on Life

mohamed_hassan / Pixabay<p>Mother: Do you ever feel like everyone else had a perfect childhood but you? Mother’s Day, blogs and posts on Facebook paint …

Mother's Day Classic 2018 in Pictures - Sizzling Towards 60 & Beyond

It’s Mother’s Day 2018 and for me that means starting my day running in the Mother’s Day Classic in Brisbane. I run the event each year with my …

How To Break Up With Your Phone- week 3

I’m currently following the <i>How To Break Up With Your Phone</i> plan as featured in the book (of the same title) by Catherine Price. You can read about …

What’s in a name – Somerset style

<b>What’s in a name? Somerset style</b><p>Bishop’s Palace in Wells, Somerset<p><b>A-Z of Somerset names</b><p><b>Why?</b><p>There has been a plethora of enjoyable <b>A-Z</b> posts lately …

5 Day Road Trip from Rome to Florence

<i>This post contains affiliate links, which means that if you click on one of the product links, I’ll receive a small commission at no additional cost</i> …

Italy

Autism and Us – What led me to suspect my Son has ASD, and why I’m relieved that he has been diagnosed

My youngest son has recently been diagnosed with ASD Autistic Spectrum Disorder, and it’s a huge relief.<p>When I say that, I often see people look …

Living In The Here And Now: Lessons From My Dog

It might be true that you can’t teach an old dog new tricks, but my goodness we can definitely learn from man’s best friend!<p>My pooch is a ‘Chorkie’, …

Week 43: Golden Hour (Daniel’s choice)

Daniel<p>We discovered this spot recently by chance and thankfully there was a nice sunset this afternoon to capture some golden light.<p>Debbie<p>Golden …

The Odyssey begins….departure, arrival and ‘home’

<b>The Odyssey begins</b><b>!</b><p><b>Arrival</b><p>I must say it’s a very looong trip from one side of the world to the other! After more than 38 hours of travelling, and …

That Time I Got A Parasite On My Honeymoon

Um… parasite?<p>In my ranty post the other day, I promised I would tell the whole truth about my experiences and not sugarcoat anything. Because now …

How Challenge Makes Her Stronger

Change happens every day, we all go through it. Some changes are small, some are big and some become challenges. Today, I want to introduce you to …

Day 3122 - Wellness Wednesday Quick Tip #13

<b>Stand up straight!</b> <br>Did you know that our physiology can affect our psychology?<br>Something as simple as standing tall not only improves the posture but …

A TO Z REFLECTIONS AND FAREWELL

IT'S A WRAP!<p>Well, it's hard to believe that the A to Z Challenge is now a thing of the past. For four weeks (minus three Sundays) I was immersed in …

Wordless Wednesday: Getting reacquainted

A Stressful Cinema Experience

I’m one of those really annoying people who likes to go to the cinema and actually watch a film. Strange, I know. Unfortunately, a seemingly …

Life gets better after 50: why age tends to work in favour of happiness

When Jonathan Rauch fell into the doldrums in his 40s, he had no idea why. Life was good: he had a successful career, a solid relationship, good health and sound finances. Then he learnt about the happiness curve and it all became clear.<p>Academics have found increasing evidence that happiness …

Happiness