About Sharon Yull

Sharon Yull is an academic, researcher, business consultant and published author of over twenty business and computing books and publications.She is qualified with a BSc, MSc, HND in Business and Finance, PGCE, Fellow of the Institute for Learning and also an Associate of the Assessors Institute. Sharon enjoys reading, swimming, outdoor pursuits, theatre, music and travelling. She is an inherent romantic always there to offer support, guidance and a shoulder to cry or laugh on.

Can An Ex Ever Be Just An Ex?

I know that what is done usually can’t be undone, new broom etc. however conversations recently with friends have made me question where do the boundaries lie with an ex-partner? For some this is quite easy I guess to define!  If you have been cheated on, if trust has been … Continue reading

Being Single Is Not A Compromise!

My friend came round for Sunday morning coffee last week (too early for cocktails, however you could argue that it is never too early for a Mojito). As we sat in the garden putting the world to rights, bitching about men and discussing how insecure and totally dependent some are, … Continue reading

Does Age Really Matter?

After watching an ITV1 drama the other night called Leaving about an older woman and younger man relationship, I started to think …. If you are attracted to somebody, does age really matter as long as you are both consenting adults? It seems that there are certain tolerance levels, triggered … Continue reading

Men – Can They Ever Get It Right?

Sweeping remark I know, and just as easily, so are women… however, based on that premise: 1. How do you ever find somebody of your standing? 2. How do you ensure that the terms are equitable? 3. How is it then sustainable for weeks, months or even years? Chemistry has … Continue reading

International Day of the Girl

Today – Thursday 11 October 2012 is the United Nations’ first-ever International Day of the Girl.  Finally, an acknowledgement that as with many things in life the disparity between male and female genders still exists and the gulf that has been created especially in developing countries is alarming and awareness … Continue reading

What is a Proper Education?

As an educationalist, I am a great believer in ‘knowledge for all’! Knowledge is like an open vessel that never fills or overflows, you can always learn, always enquire, question and challenge.  Having access to knowledge is very much driven by the individual – but unfortunately it still remains exclusive … Continue reading

Is Poetry the Real Food of Love?

Isn’t it funny how different buttons pressed at the right time can trigger the most imaginative and erotic experiences? Recently I was introduced to the Iranian poet, Rumi,  and up until that point my encounters of this nature extended only to English Romantics. I will always remember my interpretation of … Continue reading

Men and Cupcakes – What a Recipe!

I remember many years ago attributing the male members of my staffroom to creatures of the animal kingdom; dependant on traits, age and mannerisms. It raised a few smiles and eyebrows; so I thought why not try again, but this time combine two of my passions together – men and cupcakes … Continue reading