Tag Archives: Reflections

In the time of the virus: day 3

Already, just a few days in, I’m learning more about what makes me tick and what ticks me off.  Trying to focus on the former, and let go of the latter. Garden/allotment – today was an allotment day.  I had a … Continue reading

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In the time of the virus: day 2

As the saying goes, what a difference a day makes. Although for us, we think the new measures won’t make a massive difference, as we were already pretty much practicing this way of being.  The new normal (until the next … Continue reading

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In the time of the virus: day 1

I know this isn’t really day 1 in any sense at all, but for me it’s the first day putting my personal plan into action.  I’m trying hard to focus not on what we can’t do, but on what we … Continue reading

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In the time of the virus: getting through it – together

I’m going to begin by saying what should be obvious to all of us, but judging by photos I’ve seen online, isn’t (yet?) to some people: the most important thing we can do right now, unless we’re in the front … Continue reading

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Not running the Bath Half Marathon (and raising money for Bath City Farm)

To anyone who knows me this will not be news.  I haven’t run for over a year now, and all my good intentions have so far come to naught.  It’s many years since I last ran a half marathon, and … Continue reading

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2020: enough (what?)

So here we are in 2020, and I have more than enough ideas about what I want to do this year, all of them positive (ie focussing on taking on things rather than giving things up). I’ll write a review … Continue reading

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2020: Enough!

Still feeling in ‘holiday mode’, I think I can stretch the Happy New Year greeting to you to today.  I wish for you and us all the very best in this scary time. For the first time I can recall, … Continue reading

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