Tens of thousands of Brent geese that come here every winter can’t be wrong! Since the days of St. Patrick humans have settled in the lough area to benefit from the produce of its calm waters and the fertile, drumlin … Continue reading Strangford Lough – a blue gym for health and wellbeing
On the one hand, there is the beauty and magic of the country, the vibrancy of colours, the rich flavours of the food and the historic monuments proclaiming the wonder of the country’s historic past. In stark contrast, however, one cannot escape the wretched sight of the poor, particularly the women and their children, which pervades every journey. Continue reading Women of India
So, next time you click on the website at the top of page one of your web search, or head for the weekend’s shopping at the biggest retail park you can reach, think what a difference you could make by supporting a business that really needs YOU. Continue reading Is Britain still a “Nation of Shopkeepers”?
As I travel nowadays, both abroad and nearer home, I am increasingly aware of the growing number of homeless people on the streets. Every one of them is someone’s child and has a story to tell. Continue reading Homelessness – could it happen to you?
My recent adventure in India prompted me to revisit my forgotten passion for writing. Continue reading The Best of Hilary Hunter (Writer): Blogging Challenge Week One
my personal creeds which may help you feel like a winner Continue reading Are you a winner in life? 3 Simple rules to live by for that Champion feeling.
“having made the simple decision to offer this talent to assist fellow small businesses, I stop and ponder how I have travelled the road less taken…” Continue reading Are you working to live, or living to work?