Badgers, beautiful winter sunrises and punk/DIY philosophies for the modern era… A selection of my personal highlights from February 2023, captured in tiny wee snapshots.
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Writing well: What’s a good word?
How do we best go about finding and choosing the perfect words to express what is in our mind and in our heart?
Seven books that mean the world to me
What seven books mean the most to you? This is my selection of seven books that mean the world to me right now – a mix of current raves and lifelong faves. At the start of this year, my friend Steve Tovey tagged me in a social media challenge to share covers of seven books that […]
It can all still change
Coach George Raveling is an 80-year-old gent with impeccable manners and the most wonderful appetite for life. He believes that you have two choices every day: To be happy, or to be very happy.
What is it to feel? What puts you in direct touch with your feelings, your emotions? Serendipity around sweet emotion inspired this post. For me and for so many people, music is the most direct route to the sweetest emotion. Music is a language that cannot be spoken. Yet it can say everything that needs […]
Bubbles and psychos, learning and bicycles
Do you know how to learn? Life is always trying to teach you a lesson. It may not be what you want to hear. But you are well advised to listen. The game is never fair. The rules are always changing. The lessons are always there for you to learn, if you choose to heed […]