Month: December 2018

Grin and bear it

I dread being told off for the state of my teeth and, the longer I left it, the more likely I was to be berated

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Making clothes less stressful

There are many things from my school days that I am very glad to be shot of, but my uniform is not one of them. In fact, a uniform is pretty much what I’m aiming for here.

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Hanging up

I believe that, if I want to browse Twitter at 01:00, I would now have to entirely reformat my phone. A bit much even for me.

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Forced into change

Something I should have already written about but haven’t – because it’s a bit overwhelming – is the fact that I am almost certainly going to be made redundant in the New Year.

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Recent posts


I find it very hard to get it through my head that, no, I won’t “finish this bit off tomorrow”. I’ve always had a bit of an issue coming to terms with things ending. This might be the longest thing that I have ended.

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The Year of Calm

If I try to identify a thread that runs through the negative areas of my life – lateness, half-finished tasks, frustration – it is a lack of calm and clarity.

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