Monthly Archives: February 2017


The other day I was sat in our local coffee shop watching the world go by.  I had taken my crochet, as I often do, and settled down to a pleasant half an hour immersed in the hubbub of the conversation around me. I like … Continue reading

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Cognitive dissonance in isotropic spaces

  Earlier this week I was reading a book about journeys on foot around the British Isles.  The author, Robert Macfarlane, pulls together commentary from other travel writers and one in particular struck a chord. At the time, Macfarlane was … Continue reading

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The Girls Guide to Laughter (as Therapy)

At the beginning of this week I was faced with the prospect of getting on a plane on my own and I was not sure I was going to get on. We’d successfully put Bookham to bed after a very … Continue reading

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Death to ‘Coulda, Woulda, Shoulda’

Scratch weight.  End target is 31st Jan 2018. Every day we are reminded how wonderful this world is.  And it may be cognitive but when I revealed the changes in thinking and focus last week, the universe has been sending me messages … Continue reading

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