UKTRUE Blog

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Lost inspiration & then came Jeff Goins.

I’ve been around the blogging block a time or two, certainly longer than this chap Jeff Goins, but reading his latest revised tips may just get me coming back to the keyboard more often. Who...

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Communicating via Social Media.

  A brief explanation of this blog. This blog was created for the purpose of commenting ‘on those that walk among us‘. It forms part of the links across various UKTRUE social platforms &...

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The Problem with Google is?

Many light years ago, in the time of BG (before Google), one lived a hard & carefree existence. Then, along came Larry Page and Sergey Brin, two travelling salesmen, who came down from their...

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Rainy days and Sundays.

As that song by the by Carpenters says, “Rainy Days and Mondays always get me down“. Sadly,  Karen is no longer with us, but her legacy and that of her brother Richard, lives on. Works...

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Ten things to organize your twenty-four hour day?

“I just don’t have enough time!” is the most heard frustrated cry heard reverberating off the walls of many a household or business office. “Improve your ‘Time Management’ comes the rallying call “? So, without...

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Through the Eyes of an Artist.

In September 2016, I had the pleasure of meeting up with Duncan Shoesmith, artist, at a function in Port Shepstone, KwaZuluNatal – South Africa. These are a selection of his amazing works, he is...

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A New Night Before Christmas.

“Please don’t go Daddy” pleaded Sam to her father, with that look on her face. Sam was our second child and part of their amazing family package of four. She, Samantha, had been specially...

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Lord Mayor of London’s dinner dates.

Each year in November, The Lord Mayor of London has a banquet, normally after the LM of L’s Show. This is the last of 16 events during the year. http://www.cityoflondon.gov.uk/about-the-city/the-lord-mayor/Pages/key-events.aspx Although there is no...

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The GrandPa called ‘BoomPa’?

Some months ago, while talking on Facebook about how I missed South Africa and specifically my daughter & her family, something very strange yet wondrous took place. No, it was not the 8th wonder of...