Welcome To 2018 For the past few New Years we’ve decided to give the partying a miss as we’ve done that so many times. Instead we have started welcoming the first sunset of the New Year slightly differently. In 2015 we climbed a mountain, in 2016 we went to sea and last year we travelled […]Read More 2018: A Wind Of Change
Christmas Is Over! That “warm fuzzy” feeling that Christmas gave us is now overtaken by the urge to set unrealistic and unachievable goals for the year ahead… We all succumb to these “good intentions” every single year. Some of us succeed and most of us will fail. Fact! Stop smoking, stop drinking, eat healthy, get […]Read More Who Says New Year’s Resolutions Can’t Be Fun?
Dear Gregorian Calendar, As your gift to us of 2016 is at its end I would like to take this opportunity to thank you for everything it has brought with it. You have been giving us these gifts since 1582, that’s 434 gifts and I bet no one has ever thanked you for any. Until […]Read More An Open Letter To The Gregorian Calendar
Internet Trolls It’s a sad fact of life that there has always been vile people in the world making even more vile comments. In the days of social media it’s given these “trolls” a much wider audience… I have been blogging for almost three years and I guess I have been fortunate up to […]Read More I’ve Been Trolled: Why Be An Internet Troll When You Can Be An Internet Moomin?
I think by now we all know that it’s almost 2016. I think by now we are all aware of all the New Year’s resolution type articles that are appearing everywhere. I’m guessing some of us are drafting up our own version (which is fine by the way) but I won’t be. Why? Realistically – […]Read More New Year’s Resolutions 2016: Expectation vs Reality (Spoiler Alert – Reality Always Wins)
Celebrating New Year For the past 10 years, New Year’s day has always involved having a hangover. We decided to break from that tradition to see in 2015… A couple of days before the 31st I decided that I didn’t really want to waste at least two days getting drunk and then the subsequent hangover. Greg […]Read More For The Previous 10 Years I’d Always Suffered A Hangover On New Year’s Day – 2015 Was Very Different