Positive Prattle From The Desk Of The Editor
How quickly two months seems to fly. Here we are again meeting over another issue of positivity.
This month we are pleased to be able to introduce you to our regular contributors. On pages 32 and 33 you will find a photo of each writer, along with a short bio on who they are and what they do. Please take the time to click on their link and drop them a quick friendly hello. Let them know you read their articles in Good Gabble and thank them for their contribution. We do not pay our contributors, all submit their articles out of the goodness of their heart. We value their time and commitment and cannot thank them enough. Most have been with us from day one and have became valued friends. They are a valued part of our team, without them Good Gabble would not be what it is today. To them I send a heartfelt thank you!
This issue is once again filled with motivational articles that will not only have you thinking, but will have you leading a more enriched and positive life. I have included quiet a few short articles this issue as I feel these are as valuable as a long read. Sometimes we need just a snippet of information to get us back to where we want to be. With the busy schedules we lead time does not always allow us to interpret a large amount of information and use it wisely.
For a quick pick me up you may like to turn to page 7 where Michael Josephson looks at decisions and Bob Perks takes us on a trip down his memory lane, leaving us with a positive message.
This issue Kathy Baker shares with us A love letter ( pg 6 ) from her family history. How times have changed. This article bought a smile to my face and brightened my day. The letter from A.M Patterson not only touched my heart but bought tears to my eyes. Do you think romance has died? Or has it just changed? Join the conversation on our Facebook page under the photo of Kathy’s article or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We would love to hear your opinion.
With December, and Christmas nearly upon us I thought it a good idea that we remind ourselves of the little things we can do to make a difference to our environment at this time of the year. On page 10 Alison Brooks from renovationplanning.com gives us some Christmas eco tips.
Do you procrastinate? I surely do. Every issue of Good Gabble comes to you after a lot of procratinating on my behalf. On page 14 Ron Prasad helps us to overcome our procastination. I will surely be putting his tips to good use.
Until next issue I wish everyone days full of happiness, joy and positive experiences. When life seems tough and times are hard remember we are only an email or Facebook like away, and that the next issue of Good Gabble is just around the corner. We love hearing from all our readers so keep the emails coming.
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