26) Why posting a #blogaday is a really bad idea

It’s exhausting. I’ve enjoyed the experience, but it has worn me out. Each day putting together a new post, often some research, proof reading, finding relevant images to attach. Then finally monitoring comments, replying where applicable. Towards the end I was fast running out of ideas to write about. It became a struggle as writers … More 26) Why posting a #blogaday is a really bad idea

25) Whatever happened to good old fashioned romance?

I’m currently in London and was struggling for something to write about. I’ll write about London when I get back. I turned to Twitter for suggestions, and in amongst ‘vaginas’ and ‘the future of toys’ was this honest gem: Interesting, right? Whatever did happen to good old fashioned romance? Or, to put it another way; … More 25) Whatever happened to good old fashioned romance?

23) BULLYING NOBBERS

Sometimes I think that Twitter is a bit like a school playground. A typical school playground, if I remember what that was like all those years ago, divided into factions. You’ve got the cool kids, the geeks, sporty kids, the beautiful people, the successful ones, then there’s the amateur dramatic group, Manchester United supporters, Liverpool … More 23) BULLYING NOBBERS

22) Attention Seeking

Conversation the other day about attention seeking and people saying that when someone posts a selfie, that’s what they’re doing. Attention seeking; seeking attention. And it made me think – dangerous, I know – aren’t we all attention seeking? When I write these words am I seeking attention? My primary reason for writing stuff down … More 22) Attention Seeking

19) Turning forty

Turning forty is not something I am concerned about. Why should I be? An apology for the cliché, but age is just a number… Isn’t it? There are many things said about being forty: Life begins at forty. Forty is the new thirty. You’re not forty; you’re eighteen with 22 years’ experience. *Roll* *Eyes* I’ll … More 19) Turning forty