Quote from Hecktic Travel’s post ‘The Way We See The World’ – read here I’ve written in the past about what I love and hate about being an urban planner. If you like, you can read about it here. I’ve also been thinking about why I write, particularly as I am off to a blogging workshop … More Perspective – Do you see what I see?
source: Yes, I know. You’re rushing to get to the next thing, and you don’t have time to read one of my blog posts (which, to be honest, are a bit lengthy). I get it. I don’t have time to write such long ones – this week, anyway. So I’m going to try and … More It’s time to talk about being too busy
I found out yesterday, courtesy of a fellow blogger Emily Hawker, that The Oxford English Dictionary announced the inclusion of an additional thousand words to its next edition. That sparked my interest (yes, it was a prime opportunity for distraction) and I scrolled through the list. You can, too, if you click on the link above. I found … More New English words announced – but there’s still one missing!
Source: This post has been inspired by the Olympics (yay!) and my grumpy mood (boo) – which I am trying to change from evil to good. So – to the Olympic games: If you’re like me and my family, you’ve been glued to the TV, watching those sports that you have rarely (or never) heard of, or enjoy … More Becoming a wonder woman
My daughter is sick at home, recovering from a nasty chesty cold. As a result, I’m (willingly – within reason) at her beck and call. But I’m still seeing if I can get some of what I wanted to do done today, in those moments when I get a brief respite. And this includes sharing my passion … More Places matter #3 – Mapping our world and our life