Life can sometimes feel like an untamed beast. We’re all making a way through the world, trying to find the way that makes sense, that works and brings joy/happiness/peace, or whatever you need, in our lives. In that pursuit, we meet people that we click and connect with. People we find burn bright like beacons, […]Read more "The Ebb and Flow of Friendships"
…but you can see it from here. And if you’re in you’re twenties, maybe I got something to say. Maybe I got a piece of anger brewing up for all of us making our way through the world. You see we were given a promise of life, subtly and not-so-subtly, by the world before us, […]Read more "It’s not quite the end of the world…"
Life is simple. Or should be, at least. Often the complication comes from without, not within. Often, what causes our internal conflicts is driven by our history and outside contexts, that conflict with our growing world views. As we grow up through life, meeting friends, family, people you love, people you hate, bullies, idiots, and […]Read more "Elegance"
It’s Saturday morning. Late morning (No work means the bed is all that matters for way longer than strictly necessary), and you’ve got Shit To Do. So up you get! Go on, get the kettle on, shuffle your half asleep backside out the door and get your fucking coat on, you got to the shops! […]Read more "A Journey through the City"
We live in interesting times. That’s not always a good thing. Especially if you’ve read any headlines lately. Seems to me at the moment we’re in a tailspin as a whole. There’s a brexit vote that ABSOLUTELY HAS TO BE HONOURED., there’s the recent own goal of an election that defied the odds, and a […]Read more "Change and the Challenges of the Future"
Life’s a weird beast. It’s everything we are, were and everything we’re going to be. It’s all the days we wish happened, and all the days that did, for everyone and everything around us. Sometimes, you have everything you ever wanted. The next day, it feels empty, like it’s just a hologram, an empty reflection. […]Read more "Reflections on a Year of Change"
As mentioned in a previous piece, I made a decision that may probably fly in the face of some of the things I’ve said over the last year. I’ve decided to cut my attempted backpacking short after only three months, to head back to the UK, and head back to my old life. Well, not […]Read more "Decisions – Returning, lessons learned"