Archive for the ‘I WISH SOMEONE HAD TOLD ME’ Category

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I wish someone had told me that Spotify rocks!

This week’s “I wish someone had told me” is written by Cristiana Cavalieri. She reflects on Spotify and the wonders it has done for her as an older sister.

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I wish someone had told me about the untapped talent hidden in small, rural communities

Our communities are full of undiscovered talent and overwhelming creativity

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I wish someone had told me to write it down

You never know what and when your time will come. I could die next week, and what I have I left my children to remember me by? How will they know what is in my heart and in my hopes and dreams for them?

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I wish someone had told me about Woolworth’s extremely creamy Italian pistachio ice cream

This “I wish” post is by Gianluca, with a little bit of flavour to get you into your 2019 groove…

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I wish someone had told me… about registration for the general elections this year

Allan gives you insight into what you need to know for voter registration

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I wish someone had told me about the privilege of death

Carel shares his remarkably positive and unsurprisingly practical views on death…

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I wish someone had told me how to survive the January blues!

January may be the longest month of the year, but here are some tips on how to survive the post December blues.

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I wish someone had told me to get on my bike and ride!

Colin is in training for the Sani2C, which takes place in May

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I wish someone had told me that the best view comes after the hardest climb

Climbing up a mountain is not only physically challenging, but another level of a mental challenge as well

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I wish someone had told me about the joy a pet can bring into your life.

“I wish someone had told me” is a series of posts that feed into our inquisitive nature at CN&CO. In this week’s post is by Blake tells us how a stray cat stole his heart.