Dealing with world changing events

  Social media and rolling news channels have a lot to answer for.   For the most part I am a huge fan of both, loving the fact I can feel connected to people and events all over the world from the small phone in my hand.  That I can Skype my parents to show

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No ring no bring

I bloody hate that expression.  I think it’s awful but I can’t think of anything as succinct as that to make a decent title for this post. “If you aren’t married to the person we are inviting then you will not be invited to our wedding” doesn’t trip off the tongue as easily as the

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Irrelevant nonsense in headlines is driving me mad

Twice this week I have raged at headlines online.  Headlines with information that just isn’t relevant quite frankly, and twice it has made actually shout out loud.  Once instance made me swear on Twitter, and that rarely happens. The first was the recent story about Aaron Lennon, the footballer.  A man who was in need

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Not all adverts are created equal

  One of the things I love most about binge watching TV programmes on platforms such as Netflix or Amazon Prime Video is that there aren’t advert breaks. Adverts in the middle of a top class drama kill it for me, just as we get gripped with the action it comes to a thundering halt

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I don’t even know where to begin

  Which is why I haven’t recently.  I have had so many blog posts I have wanted to write, and some I have needed to write, but even those I have started have then been shelved.    Either I can’t find the time to sit and write them or I haven’t known were to begin

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Slowing it down with photography

  Anyone who knows me, knows that I am fairly relaxed. One of my dearest friends described me as “Half man, half duvet” many years ago, and I’ve spent a lot of time aspiring to that goal. I like to slow down from time to time. It’s nice to see that hygge is allowing more

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This is why I will never join a gym

Thirty five years ago at school I was bullied. Relentlessly To the point where other than memories of the bullying I have no other memories of school. Never physical, that would have been too easy I could have fought back, or shown my bruises to a teacher.   It was always verbal so there was

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