Sometimes my thoughts are better off alone, left to argue amongst themselves without being able to bother anyone else. In that sense, my notebook is an extension of my mind. The book itself is part of my memory and the words within are my memories, waiting there unnoticed until I seek them out and read … Continue reading If you steal my notebook I will lose my mind
In an ideal world, my average day would look something like this: 6am: Wake up, get out of bed, do some exercise and some yoga 7am: Eat breakfast, get washed and dressed 8am: Sort the child out, do school run 9am: Tidy, start work, write 12pm: Lunch, do some meditation 1pm: More work, more writing … Continue reading A creature of (bad) habit(s)
This is not a political website, but this is a political post - simply because we have a general election coming up in the UK very soon and I'm sick of idiots voting like... well, idiots. I'm not going to tell you which way to vote, I'm simply going to point out a few things … Continue reading A guide to voting in the general election
The perils of being mindful when you can't get someone out of your head. Stop where you are and ground yourself. Breathe. In... Out... but all I think about is you; my awareness is preoccupied with its awareness of your absence. I close my eyes to the world and try to still my mind. There … Continue reading Threshold consciousness
The stubborn philosopher discredits his craft by being unable to accept that one good argument can - and should - turn your world upside down.