The silent, constant companion.

  Our Dog died last week. Nev was a fifteen year old Golden retriever. He died like he did all things in life, quietly and with no fuss. But it shocked me how quickly 15 years had passed. We got him in 2005, the year Facebook first spread into universities on this side of the […]

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Decisions…. decisions ….

The beauty of a school uniform is that it removes the decision making process, now my eight year old still negotiates about the choice of shoes but her options are limited. I’m pretty sure it’s not as withering as negotiating daily about a full outfit. On  any given day most of us have to make […]

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A Rough Sleep

Blog Courtesy of Joanne Dowds, clinical specialist physiotherapist and whiskey tasting enthusiast. Sleep, we all spend (hope to at least) about one-third of our time in the land of nod. But getting quality sleep, the right amount when you need it is as important as food or water. Way back in the early noughties a […]

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