Why Loose Lips Sink Ships and Screw up Your Potential…

‘The pen is mightier than the sword’ – Edward Bulwer Lytton, 1839 Loose Lips Sink Ships was a phrase used as part of an American WWII propaganda campaign to encourage people to avoid ‘careless talk’; at that time, one careless word shared in front of the wrong person could cost the life of a soldier…

Beauty Queens, Burritos and A Cameo on New Zealand’s National News

  Rhys  = Enthusiasm. I learnt this interesting fact a few years ago, when interviewed by a panel of Sunday School children.  They’d spent their time doing their research and had concluded that the meaning of ‘Rhys’, in old Welsh, was ‘Enthusiasm’; strictly speaking it’s ‘ardour’ but that’s perhaps a semantic stretch for a 6…