Monthly Archives: June 2013

Well I wonder what Jack is doing in Vilnius…………….?

On a recent visit to Vilnius Castle I bumped in to an incognito Jack Nicholson ………..but it was him, I am convinced of it.  

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One in three absences due to anxiety and stress

A study examining 58,700 individual GPs’ sick notes between October 2011 and January 2013 found that 35% were given for “mild to moderate mental health disorders”, such as depression, anxiety and stress.   The study also found that there was … Continue reading

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10 types of irritating advice for parents………..

10 types of irritating advice for parents The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are about to have their first baby. (As is my daughter) There are plenty of things in short supply in this situation. Sleep, for example. But there … Continue reading

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Glastonbury 2013

After so many years the Rolling Stones have finally agreed to play the festival and thousands of fans will be looking forward to the concert. I find it staggering that I can remember buying the first single in ther early … Continue reading

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Skaisciausios Dievo Motinos cerkve, Vilnius, Lithuania

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Trainee Simon Rattle…………………..

For anyone who has never seen this short film, I urge you to watch it and particularly admirers of Beethoven. I dont think I have laughed so much in a long time as I did when I first saw this………

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Why simply worrying about being stressed can make you ill: If you fear it, it will happen

Experiencing stress can increase the likelihood of a heart attack by almost 50 per cent Just thinking about being stressed can make you  seriously ill, a study has revealed. The increased perception of stress almost doubles the risk of suffering a heart … Continue reading

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