Even under refurbishment, it’s full of fabulous birds, like these:
I love our NHS, for many reasons. I love that it’s free and that decisions about my healthcare are made by people without concern over their own payment – and that drugs companies don’t have doctors under their thumbs. I like that there are guaranteed waiting times – that hospitals have to organise your appointment […]
Flangiprop: the feeling you get when you’ve purposely brightened someone’s day. I flangipropped my friend today when I helped fix her laptop.
Reincarnation is not something I believe in at all. You have your life, you live it, leave a (hopefully positive) legacy behind, and you’re gone, only living on in people’s hearts. That’s what I believe.
My relationship with my phone isn’t overly complicated. To be fair, very few people ever contact me using it in the traditional sense, and it is mostly used to receive emails these days. It isn’t exactly a buzzing, beeping nuisance but it keeps me in touch with the world.
When I make changes in my life, I tend to go full on cold turkey and tackle whatever it is head on. I seem to have a decent amount of perseverance with things. I have half a plan to write as often as I can – even if that’s not daily at the moment – […]
If I were to create the perfect writing room it would have plenty of light, a cat winding around my ankles, a gentle breeze blowing through the window and not be totally silent. I find silence distracting. I like to immerse my head in music if I’m working – I often sit at work when […]
As part of our geocaching hobby, we sometimes complete CITO events. These are when a large group of people coming together to clean up a local area. I really enjoy doing this even though it can be quite grim at times. That’s how I help the world.
My FitBit tells me I have walked 178.24km in January – a total of 246,497 steps. Here’s how far I could have walked, if it was in a straight line…