Tuesday, May 20, 2008

By Chanel September

Good Day! How are you doing? I hope that you are so super on this wonderful Tuesday. Today is the 20th of May 2008 and that of course means that it is the Tuesday edition of the Morning Cruise…so Tuesday is here, now yesterday we spoke about Monday it makes a person think about change, turning over a new leaf… So I hope that’s exactly what you did!!! 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 to today’s show we had all the usuals such as your Word of the Day, your SA Q&A, Information Guide, JobShop and you’re Quote of the Day.

We also had interviews with:

· Cat Rieper who is from the Cape Town Child Protection Center. The interview is in regards to the awareness program. The program is in light of June 1st which is International Child Protection Day. If you would like to know more you can call (021) 556 3573.

· We also spoke to Hashiem Manuel from the Association for Youth Advancement, he spoke to us the organization itself and how it helps youth in various communities with the camps that they offer. The next camp will take place from 30 June 08 – 3 July 08 If you would like to attend one of the camps call (021) 393 7289.

· Lastly we spoke to police spokesperson superintendent Andre Traut from, spoke to us about the case updates via sms.

Word of the Day:

JAPE – a practical joke

Trivial Question:

Q: Which countries share borders with South Africa?
A: Namibia, Botswana, Zimbabwe and Mozambique

Tip of the Day:

I spoke about your deepest fears… Fear will keep people from accomplishing their purpose in life and from living to the full. Here are some tips for overcoming those limiting and harmful fears you may have in your own life.

1. Put a name on your fear. Know what it is by identifying it in detail.

2. Don't give up the quest to get rid of a fear. Sometimes fears can be tenacious. It can take a long time to completely overcome them, but the reward is worth it, so hang in there.

3. Don't obsess over fearful or troubling thoughts. This can be challenging in itself, but is very necessary.

4. Put the fear into perspective. Fears can rage like an inferno, when in reality they are little more than a candle flame. Don't let yourself waste too much energy on fearing the frightening item.

5. Don't be too hard on yourself if the old fear raises it's ugly head from time to time. Overcoming a fear takes persistence. Be patient with yourself. Let yourself be vulnerable to change.

6. Learn progressive relaxation. Analyze your fears and see just how irrational they are. List reasons why it is unnecessary to let yourself be paralyzed by this fear.

7. Learn to let go. Sometimes it is hard to let go of ideas and feelings, even when they are uncomfortable and damaging. They seem right, somehow. If you are to get rid of these unrealistic fears, however, you must let them go.

Quote of the Day:

James M. Barrie - Life is a long lesson in humility

It’s time for me to love and leave you. You must have an absolutely fabulous and super Tuesday. Let’s chat again tomorrow …Much Love…Peace.

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