The minimilist life

I need some life editing.  There has been a powerful consumer drive in me for most of my life with the result that I have accumulated a lot of “stuff” – possessions that I didn’t really need and still don’t. Now don’t get me wrong I have worked hard to buy these things but cleaning […]

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Barefoot and grounded at three.

Trying to explain that walking around the town barefoot is socially unacceptable is lost on  Paddy, my boisterous 3 year old. He is happily unaware of the judgement of other people and leaves me to worry about that. We are culturally conditioned to cover our feet, but maybe If we had freedom from social pressure […]

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Exploring the Unknown Solution

Guest blog Courtesy of Joanne Dowds MISCP To get better a running, you need to run, but that’s nearly too simple. Mixing in strength training helps prevent injury; speed training helps built towards the finish line. But what if there is a third way, trying something new or unexpected with unknown results;  innovation.  If you […]

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