I Tried One Week of Morning Pages

I recently read in Breathe magazine about a meditative writing technique called Morning Pages. The idea is to make the first thing you do when you wake up a writing exercise: fill some pages with your morning thoughts, letting your deeper levels of consciousness move the pen for you. Artist…

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Good morning. Would you mind filling in a Test and Trace form before you enter today?

Good morning. Would you mind filling in a Test and Trace form before you enter today?

Good morning. Would you mind filling in a test and trace form before you enter today? Yes, absolutely! It’s the least I can … View Post
Thoughts On My First Imperial Candle

Thoughts On My First Imperial Candle

Since I met Neil, his love of homely comforts has led me to discover the joys of candles. In fact, for Valentines Day this … View Post
Addictive Podcasts I’ve Been Enjoying Lately

Addictive Podcasts I’ve Been Enjoying Lately

Podcasts have been my utter weakness this year. Any spare five minutes I manage to grab – the commute home, cooking dinner, washing up – I’… View Post
5 Tabletop Games I Backed On Kickstarter

5 Tabletop Games I Backed On Kickstarter

Since discovering Sub Terra several years ago, I learnt how much smaller board game companies (and even larger ones) rely on Kickstarter to help … View Post
A Month in Pictures: August 2020

A Month in Pictures: August 2020

August is probably the closest thing to a normal month I’ve had all year! We were open to the public at work, I … View Post
Book Review: Inferno by Catherine Cho

Book Review: Inferno by Catherine Cho

I have just finished an incredible biography by Catherine Cho.  It is about her experience of postpartum psychosis, which affected her almost 100 days after … View Post