Author Archives: Di Hill

About Di Hill

My business card says "Writer, Traveller, Camera Addict, Bamboo Fan, Workshop Presenter." This website will focus on my writing - and the workshops I present. Workshops on Blogging, Marketing for Writers, and Life Story Writing.

China’s Attitude

Thoughts on the current situation in China.
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Abuse of Women Continues

Thoughts on the continued Abuse of Women.
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The Little Bird

A little bird has left the nest and exploring while under the guard of its parents. Continue reading

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Overcoming Loneliness

A few ideas here for those who are lonely, especially women. Continue reading

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What are the Consequences of Loneliness?

Some thoughts on Loneliness – my experience and some information on the consequences.
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Bungeworgorai Creek

It is three years since I travelled to Ross River resort to attend Rolling Solo’s event with 499 other women who enjoyed travelling, camping etc. Continue reading

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Rolling Solo Memories

Memories of the Rolling Solo gathering at Ross River Resort in 2017 will be never forgotten by those who attended. 499 ladies in vans attended and had great fun. Continue reading

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Seniors Care and Respect

Some thoughts on ways to improve the respect for elders by learning and understanding how they lived in their early life.
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Are Men Really from Mars??

Some thoughts about the difference between men and women in public housing – men need less storage space and women need more.
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The Hunt for my “Missing” Cousin.

Was my cousin missing, or was he just ignoring my attempts to make contact? Continue reading

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