I know… impossible but hey, sneak a listen so you can tell those less fortunate than yourself 😉 Clive de Carle interviews Patrick McGean who explains why sulphur makes women more beautiful, men more functional and how sulphur could be … Continue reading Health Revolution : something to make you more beautiful
Naomi Tickle can help you pick the perfect career by simply reading your face… Naomi explains, “We all read faces from the moment we meet someone. We search the face for clues that will help us better understand the person … Continue reading Health Revolution : this will tickle you!
Healthy day 2, now this is how we should be using technology and what a perfect name! The Health Revolution Clive de Carle discusses the Skooky 2 affordable Rife device with John White one of the developers. Spooky is revolutionising … Continue reading Health Revolution : What to do with those nail clippings!
Time for a healthy week here at The Berkshire Blog… makes sense to start with some chocolate 😉 Jeremy Ayers explains that we are not sick but tox-sick and how to detox. Jeremy explains how thousands have healed themselves from … Continue reading Heath Revolution : How to make delicious chocolate!
Philip Turner hosted his President’s night at The Guildhall in Windsor A most stunning venue, being an ex council employee he obviously got the pensioner discount for the evening 😉 Obvious his introduction to the evening was appreciated by the … Continue reading Philip Turner’s Windsor & Eton Rotary Presidents Night
Better have some coco & a nap then love… It’s funny how many people think those in the alternative health world are bonkers… perhaps they are, just a little but they do care about their fellow man more than they … Continue reading Are you a little nuts?
Those of you who have seen me recently will probably agree that the hair had got a bit out of control. So when our newly appointed and exquisitely groomed keys two, Mr. Carradine, joined the tour there was a sudden rush … Continue reading Cut above the rest – The tour continues in Manchester
Sean Michael Hayes had to walk into this one… Sean is one of our citizen bloggers from the colonies who skateboards & scribbles his way around the globe, crowd funding along the way… this week, well at least last week, … Continue reading Of all the book shops in all the world…
Watching Clive de Carle’s latest episode of The Health Revolution last night and he talks about how we could all be eating free food… we all love free… go have a listen… Hey mum, he mentions Todmorden… Love this quote… … Continue reading How would you like FREE FOOD?
When I first asked folk to blog, or add content to their very own space on the Business in Berkshire website back in 2004/5 I was disappointed when on 6 out of 600 actually engaged with the programme… It frustrated … Continue reading Are you Blogging with Confidence?
When it comes to health it is becoming increasingly apparent to me that you need to do your own research, not just simply listen to your doctor… When I mentioned magnesium to a friend of mine that owns a few … Continue reading Magnesium deficiencies and why we need more of it
Thank you Alison Davey for being my valentine for sixteen years… Love Jon Continue reading Happy Valentines Day
Just had some good news from a friend… he’s in the jungle… he’s not a celebrity so they can keep him 😉 …The day after completing the Routeburn Track we flew to Nelson and stayed overnight in a B&B in … Continue reading He’s not a celebrity… keep him in there!
“It is not the strongest of the species that survives, nor the most intelligent that survives. It is the one that is the most adaptable to change.” Charles Darwin maybe! If only Charles Darwin was here to respond then would … Continue reading Happy Darwin Day… did he say this?
I’d like the Berkshire Blog’s 2PM blog to be associated with health, holidays and happiness… For the last few weeks we’ve been talking holidays, now it’s time to talk health. I’ve been following Clive de Carle’s weekly Health Revolution shows … Continue reading Introducing Clive de Carle & Ancient Purity
Sunday 30th March 2014, 2pm start Help children learn to read and join us for a out-and-back 5k run or walk along the beautiful Queen Anne’s Ride in Windsor Great Park, raising money for Dyslexia Action Egham Centre and the … Continue reading 5k Fun Run at Brigidine School, Windsor
I recently persuaded my fellow Rotarians to buy two fishing boats for two villages in the Philippines and have been very impressed with the level of management being shown by the local Philippines Rotary Clubs. There was trepidation about investing … Continue reading Rotary ONE BOAT for the Philippines Project
Joe Sparks has set up a brilliant initiative in Windsor called the Green Room, creating hope for those the schools can’t handle… make yourself a nice of tea and enjoy his presentation 😉 Joe himself struggled at school and so … Continue reading Green is the colour of the Angel of Hope
Rolling down our windows as we drove through Transylvania County towards the Blue Ridge Parkway, all we could hear was the sound of rushing water. Deciding on a whim to spend our afternoon at the waterfalls of Brevard was one thing, … Continue reading The Land of Waterfalls – Brevard by @mappingmegan
If you did buy a Health Lottery ticket from Arborfield Stores, Eversley Road recently then you could be the lucky winner of £10,000 smackerroonies! To be a winner in life you need to help others on their journey… building business … Continue reading Did you buy a Health Lottery ticket from Arborfield Stores, Eversley Road?
We are now safely nestled in Wolverhampton, playing the Grand Theatre. The business of show is doing well and it’s nice to be in an orchestra pit once again. It was always going to be tough to beat Brighton and … Continue reading Monarch of the puddings – Cardiff & that place off of the M1…
Refreshed after a week off the Monarch of the Puddings tour landed in Brighton. Now the good Mrs F had just toured here with her play and so I was a little prepared for our trip. The Theatre Royal Brighton … Continue reading Peoples Republic of Brightonia & Turkish food courts – The tour continues
Social media is not just about “spraying & praying”, it can be used to research topics and here is what I have found out in the last 48 hours about the needs of the people of the Philippines… Mid November … Continue reading Using Social Media to help those in the Philippines
I asked Jazzmouse for his latest “on the road” story for our fun 2PM slot but I figured this could be moved up to 10AM & combined with a spot or real time social media engagement… How long will it … Continue reading JazzMouse’s Favourite Food & Drink in Norwich