By Chanel September
Good Day! How are you doing? I hope that you had an absolutely fabulous on this Wednesday. Today is the 14th of May 2008 and that of course means that it is the Wednesday edition of the Morning Cruise. So jip Wednesday is here, the day that’s in the middle of five day working week…now I’ve noticed that I’m settling into the weather nicely and I’m sure that you are too, but there are people out there who don’t have or are less fortunate than us, so if you have… so ja if it’s you B-DAY or Anniversary on this cold, frosty and chilly autumns day I hope that you have a wonderful day and that you are spoilt by your family or loved ones coz you deserve it…or if you have just became a grandparent or a parent yourself then congratulations because those are all wonderful successes…
Moving onto today’s show we had all the usuals such as you’re Word of the Day, your SA Q&A, and you’re Tip of the Day.
Today’s interviews were with:
· Thea Patterson Nurse Training School and the shortage of nurses and medical staff in South Africa. If you would like to take part in the nurses training you can contact Thea on (021) 934 0352.
· Our second interview was with Allen Manshon from the Money Clinic he joined me in the studio and we basically spoke about how to ease the burden of debt. You can contact Allen on 079 390 5654 or email him on email@example.com
· Lastly we spoke to Jay Barns from the Bipolar Support Group he’ll be chatting to us about bipolar which is a form of depression and how the support group helps those who have the disorder. If you would like to join the support group or if you would like to enquire more information on bipolar contact Jay on 072 424 4448.
Word of the Day:
CAVIL – to quibble or raise unimportant objections
Q: Name the president of the African National Congress?
A: Jacob Zuma
Tips of the Day:
I spoke about complaining like I said it’s easier to complain than actually do something…
Step1 - Be quiet; even when it is hard to do and you would rather not keep be quiet. This is the easiest way to stop complaining.
Step2 - Look at the sunny side of life. Think about how pretty it is outside, how much you have going for you and how lucky you are in so many ways.
Step3 - Give yourself a break. Take a walk or workout to get your body moving. Pet a cat or dog. Plant some flowers.
Step4 - Stop complaining if you are a big complainer. Decide right now today that you will take a week or two and not say anything at all unless it is positive, encouraging or uplifting.
Step5 - Make yourself feel better. Buy some new clothes, eat something special, get your hair styled or polish your car. Why complain when you have choices like these you can make?
Quote of the Day:
William James - Believe that life is worth living and your belief will help create the fact
It’s time for me to love and leave you. You must have oh so super Wednesday. Let’s chat again on tomorrow…Much Love…Peace.