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Naomi Johnson

Naomi Johnson

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A Journey Into the Unknown

A Journey Into the Unknown

Food, Confidence & Feelings of Happiness
Naomi Johnson Naomi Johnson
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Since : 24/01/2017
Category : Lifestyle

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Honey - Something Amazing from Something so Small

Honey - Something Amazing from Something so Small

Many vegans argue that honey is produced by bees and as its an 'animal' product they cannot eat it. Personally I think that is taking it a step too far. Everyone by now must agree that bees are an important part of our ecosystem whether they bee in a 'bee keeping' capacity or whether they are out in the wild. Yes they can make nests in inconvenient
Chai hot chocolate

Chai hot chocolate

I love chai spices, the mixture of cinnamon, cardamom, ginger and pepper always comfort me. In winter the cold temperatures draw us to hot drinks, you see a plethora of different options in your local coffee shop or cafe, choosing from gingerbread lattes to spiced hot chocolate to chai lattes.
Welcome to my blog

Welcome to my blog

Here you will find a plethora of ideas relating to food, life, the universe and everything. I hope you enjoy reading them as much as I love writing them.
Does Daily Motivation Help?

Does Daily Motivation Help?

Social media has enabled us to see different quotes/memes/pictures hourly, does this mean they are losing their effectiveness? Are the negative ones more popular? Whether we like it or not most ...
In the beginning...

In the beginning...

from my Niume account Having started a semi-autobiographical novel by hand last year it got shelved temporarily as I didnt feel that it should be my full focus if I wanted financial stability. However I now have 2 self-published books which are available to buy now and it made me think....should I go back to the novel? Well there was only one way o
The View from My Desk

The View from My Desk

The view from my desk would in fact be a wall; but this is not an efficient use of 'mission winning' space so it is home to my noticeboard which has various motivational aids - sales details, an actualisation poster.I have it right in front of me so that I am always reminded and always of the reasons why I keep going. The other wall has the poster
Progress of an Artist

Progress of an Artist

The remarkable progress of Luke's work over the past 10 days is fascinating, looking in his sketchbooks/paintings you can see his progression very clearly throughout his pad of paintings, a hesitant beginning but as confidence has grown throughout the patterns become stronger and more definite. The depth of the paint showing off spirals of colour a
Travelling Makes Me Tick

Travelling Makes Me Tick

Having been brought up in what could be considered as a multicultural background, this is largely because in the rural Westcountry of England there were not many 'foreigners' as you might call them; both sets of grandfathers had met my grandmothers through the war on my mother's side the Ukraine (as far as we can tell from her paperwork) and on my
An Outside Piece

An Outside Piece

Wishing to extend to a larger scale piece an Artist set off down the canal path with his paints to see how it could be done. The canal bridge loomed covered with pre-existing offensive graffiti ...

The Joys of Sharing

Whether I have a little or I have a lot, I always share the things I can. When you travel you meet a whole world of different people, some might make you stop and think for a moment 'how generous this person is' and I have been very privileged to be recipient of such kindness, when travelling in California we were adopted by a local who showed us w