Archive for the ‘Rules’ Category

From Comfortable Complacency to the Courage of Conflict

Published on Friday, May 24th, 2019

Most of us avoid conflict – maybe we have been conditioned to or maybe wired to, neuroscience has answers for both sides. Lately, however it seems more and more choosing to be uncomfortable is the best choice to make, for the sake of humanity and the planet. I was recently on a flight from Wellington […]

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Parenting Tips – 9 of our family traditions

Published on Sunday, November 1st, 2015

Karen and family

As a parent I feel so fortunate to stand on the shoulders of so many. Over the years I have met many incredible people who have shared parenting tips and they have had an enormous impact on my parenting style. Some of these people I still know and others have been forgotten – my sincere […]

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Rules are a two way street…

Published on Wednesday, June 25th, 2014

I recall at high school participating in a debate “Rules are meant to be broken.” To be honest I cannot recall if I was on the affirmative or negative side, nor whether we won or lost – however I have never forgotten the topic. In recent media coverage this old topic has come back to […]

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