Our guest today has had quite an extraordinary life. After starting in media behind the scenes in radio, Glenys Sigley moved to the TV screen, where she earned two logies. With time on the stage and even on the big screen, Glenys’ career in the entertainment industry has seen her work across the world, including several years in New York working with the UN. Eventually, family became the focus of her career. Glenys’ life has truly been extraordinary.
In this age of technology, a recent survey shows that the handwritten letter is still an incredibly powerful way to communicate love. Relationship expert and Psychologist, John Aiken helps us break it down.
“If a job’s worth doing, it’s worth doing well”
“Make the most of all that comes and the least of all that goes”
Catching up – getting all of the family together.
Low: Saying goodbye to visiting family
High: Having family come and visit
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