I foolishl suggested that having to stay away from work was similar to being retired. Continue reading Monday Musings – Staying Sane at Home
try to have a fun weekend … go for a nice walk in the woods or along the lake, depending where you live, or just around the local high school track! Continue reading Saturday Surprise courtesy of Jill Denison
This health emergency offers an opportunity to rethink so many of our environmentally disastrous habits. Continue reading Thursday Thoughts: Cafe Culture and Social Distancing.
If a writer is unable to tap into his own emotional centre in order to imagine the inner being of another human, he or she is not truly a writer. Continue reading Monday Musings – J.M.Synge and Cultural Appropriation
Despite the annual administering of influenza vaccine to members of vulnerable groups, the disease is estimated to have killed over 26,000 individuals in the UK in the winter of 2016/7. A figure that puts the numbers to date for Covid 19 worldwide into prespective. Continue reading Monday Musings – Is the Fear of Disease Worse than the Disease?
If a defibrillator is applied within the first 3 to 5 minutes of someone collapsing, his or her chances of survival increase from 6% to 74% Continue reading Monday Musings 17/2/20
I decided that it was long passed time I changed the appearance of my site. This is Gazette. Before I start tweaking it, I’d love to know what you think of it. Tell me in the comments or respond to this poll: https://app.crowdsignal.com/polls/10491793/edit?msg=saved Continue reading A New Look – tell me what you think.
Entering ‘volunteering’ into a search engine will take you to a host of opportunities from which you can choose one that suits you. Continue reading Never be Bored – Find Where you can be Useful
Harmful fats tend to be hidden and disguised in the packaged and processed foods we buy. Continue reading Confused About Cholesterol? Sally has it Cracked.
in recent decades civilised societies have lost their way, pursuing material well being without giving sufficient thought to its effect on the environment, other people and future generations. Continue reading Helping Jo With Her Last Chapter.