My favourite notebook is not a Bullet Journal. There I've said it. It might be a sun-bleached facsimile of Penguin Books "Man and Superman", with...
The moment that I step off the tarmac pavement onto the beaten earth towpath, the world closes in. I move to the side as the...
As we careered down the clay and gravel path, my son took both feet off the pedals and stuck his legs out sideways. I whipped...
I was afraid that I was going to miss the spectacle. The link with an event that has taken place, probably for millennia. Those first...
As views from your home, this is hard to beat. Yesterday, I met more than just one fisherman. Earlier on my route I encountered an...
On my long run this morning (6.97 miles - oh yeah!), as I passed underneath the beautiful old bridge, I came across a man fishing...
Every morning I get up and make three cups of tea. One normal tea with milk, one weak tea with soya-light milk, one biscuit tea...
I've taken my fair share of moon photo's over time. We all see it, sometimes we appreciate it. But how often do we really notice...
When you're writing for the web, for "your audience", for SEO, you're not being honest. Screw the clickbait, the polish, the listicle. Tell me about...
One of the annoying, yet sometimes interesting features of online photo storage such as Google Photos and even Microsoft's One Drive is the suggestion that...
Maybe it's because the days also seem dark, groundhog days. Or just that with working from home, whilst also supervising the 8 year old's home...
The thing about blogging is that it’s not me saying "I know something, I’m an expert." It’s me working things out, and trying to become...
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