New Year. New Me. A lovely concept but more often than not – bullshit. New Year isn’t an organic period of growth, it’s forced upon us. An ideal, a concept so unobtainable that it’s no wonder January gives us the blues. All these ideas based upon the thought process that human beings are rational thinkers … Continue reading NYE… worth the hype?
The books I enjoyed reading through March… Continue reading Book Club: March
I’m a few days late on the February front but I’ve been a bit bogged down with uni work and reading about supply chains (not as boring as it sounds). However that leaves me writing this on World Book Day! Arguably the best day of the school year, dressing up as your favourite characters, being … Continue reading Book Club: February
Reading is an utterly objective act, however as Andy Miller so eloquently explained, if you don’t like a book there’s only one person to blame and that’s you. Continue reading Book Club January
So it’s New Years Eve 2018, I’ve just got back from having a coffee with my Mum & Gran and it had me thinking about everything I have to be thankful for. I can’t say I’m a fan of New Years, the idea that another year of my life has gone by and an array … Continue reading A word on gratitude.
A little review on the incredible Rebus novels by Ian Rankin! Continue reading Book Club: John Rebus
Summer nights spent at the beach are amongst my favourites. Continue reading Heading to the beach…