A few months ago, I listened to Craig Ballantyne on the Early to Rise podcast, explaining how he practices an attitude of gratitude. Growing up, he was a bitter, envious, angry and selfish young man and the prevailing culture at his school reinforced all the negativity. The system taught him to be sceptical, to criticise and
December is drawing to a close. The month when most people I know spend time reflecting on the fading year, reviewing personal plans, and setting goals for the next year.
Making New Year resolutions has been one of my customs for many years. I don’t make many at a time; just a few which I usually keep.
The long-awaited major WordPress core update is here. Version 5.0 a.k.a. Gutenberg was released a few hours ago. At last check, the number of downloads was 410,970 and counting. No issues reported so far. Yay! You can read more from the official announcement at this link.
Anyone who’s gone into the WordPress dashboard to create or edit content is familiar with the visual editor, a version of TinyMCE, that has been in use since the beginning. Now 15 year’s down the line, and the world is getting ready to switch to a new editor: Gutenberg. Project Gutenberg was named after Johann