It’s never easy. There are days my fingers feel like they’re made of lead, my brain composed mostly of compost … More
In the Grapes of Wrath, Steinbeck describes evocatively man’s relationship to the land. It’s a highly reciprocal, ancient and deep … More
This morning, I was on a (severely disrupted – thanks Southern Rail) train back home after a couple of weeks … More
A close friend of mine told me recently he occasionally has doubts about whether he should have gone to uni … More
A look back at the creative output, exercise and progression towards goals in February. It’s been a tough month, but one that’s brought forward valuable lessons.
Musings on approaching 1000 views and getting out of your own way.
Today’s drawing: I’ve been feeling awful for two days now. This cold that’s been doing the rounds finally caught me. … More
You know the story. It’s all going brilliantly: the diet, the study schedule, the workouts, the commitment to practice learning … More
Juggling commitments is hard. I’ve got coursework due, projects to work on, gym sessions to hit and goals to achieve. … More
I took the coach back home for the Christmas holidays yesterday. Portsmouth to Southport – 300 or so miles, with … More