Day 51 to 58: The Subtle Meaning Of Home

How are you all getting on around the world? I found last week hard. A physical and mental slump as week eight of the lockdown dragged on and the UK’s approach to the crisis came under the spotlight in world media.

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Day 26: Reinvention Is As Good As A Rest, Right?

Maybe I’ve completely lost my marbles here. Or maybe it was time I made a change to my corner of the Internet.

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Day 13 to 16: Should We Feel Guilty For What We Take For Granted?

Knowing when to stop to appreciate what I’ve got, before it has gone, is a skill that I’ve always grappled with.

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Days 9 to 12: London Just Isn’t London Without Its People

Looking down from my flat on a London with empty streets is sobering. This city has become what it is because of its people.

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Day 6: Stay At Home

After attempting a walk on Saturday that became a game of dodging and weaving the gatherings of people on Hilly Fields, we’ve decided to stay around our flat.

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2020: The Year Of The Comeback

On doing what you love. And why it’s not always finding time that’s the challenge.

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What Is The Beaten Track, And Does It Matter If We Ever Get Off It?

When I first started travelling I gave little thought to whether I was following everyone else or not.

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A Little More About Me

Once, when I was younger, I wrote a school essay on free will versus determinism. I won’t bore you with the detail but the basic concept is this: None of us ever make a truly free choice. It proposes the theory that all our life decisions are in fact a result of our experiences thus far.

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Pleasure: Travel To A Happy Place

We all have one. Some of us have more. Those places, those moments that we take ourselves to, that instil a sense of complete calm. Whether we’re at a bus stop in the pouring rain, or in yet another stressful meeting, travel to a happy place is sometimes, the only thing that keeps us sane.

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Travel Blogging: A Chicken And Egg Tale

From the moment we began walking the earth, we found ways to record our experiences and explain the world around us. Be it through cave paintings, stone carvings or the printed word, we’re experts at describing our surroundings.

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