I Virtually Did

At the end of each day, before I eventually sleep, I like to reflect over what I achieved that day.  Yesterday, I made an observation about my achievements: I went to work to meet with my clients.  I didn’t actually leave my house to go to work.  I met my clients online. I made the […]

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Festive Tears on Standby

I am a Writer for ‘Parkinson’s Road’ global support community. Life is a Rollercoaster. For me, this has been a landmark year.  With the high points including the many fun gatherings with family and friends, making wonderful new friends, a move to focusing on developing my writing career, taking up new study,  achieving a long […]

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Out of My Mind

As I sit here, at my desk in my little country cottage in Suffolk, I am thinking about how to convey a self-profile of me as a writer, to my course tutor; someone I have never met and know almost nothing about.  I am studying for a Diploma in Creative Writing.  What would make her […]

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The Importance of a Critical Mind

Earlier this week, I went for an evening meal at The Ship Inn, in the ancient village of Dunwich, here on the coast of Suffolk.  The meal was an opportunity to catch up with some friends; themselves Therapists in the fields of Shiatsu, Ayurveda Massage and McTimoney Chiropractic Therapy.   I have to say that alongside a […]

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