Right now, the entire world is pretty much on lockdown. It's mad isn't it? To think this could be the first time, as far as we know, that the entire planet is in quarantine. I don't want to talk about the virus and all the fear that surrounds it. I just felt like writing a … Continue reading Lessons from Quarantine
It’s hard to change.
Actually, the changing part is quite easy. It's accepting the change that's hard. The frustrating thing is, we're constantly changing, aren't we? The world is changing, we're changing. We're ever growing, expanding, evolving. So it means we're thrown the challenges of change regularly. Recently I have become super self aware of when things are changing … Continue reading It’s hard to change.
Notes on Karma from 2016?!
I "accidentally" came across this note in my phone. I say "accidentally" because is anything really by accident? I wrote this on 10th December 2016 and well, I think I wrote it.. but I can't be sure because it's pretty profound and I'm pretty impressed with myself if I did 🤣. I could have copied … Continue reading Notes on Karma from 2016?!
The Anxiety of Blue Ticks and “Last Seen”
I became aware of how distracting my phone was years ago. Let's face it, we are all actually aware of how much we're on our phones, we don't even need the frustrating "Screen Time" app to tell us how much of our lives we give to technology. When I first realised I was on it … Continue reading The Anxiety of Blue Ticks and “Last Seen”
Can we actually “switch off”?
When do we get a chance to "switch off" from the outside world? I do my best thinking when I'm driving, and it's really impractical as I can't write notes down whilst I'm driving (unless I have a Tesla that can drive itself - just need to find that spare 100k I left lying around). … Continue reading Can we actually “switch off”?
Telling 9th July 2018
Take a break! That's all. No just kidding, there's more to tell. Although it really is that simple. I heard a great word today that affected me: Permission. When we give ourselves permission to do something, it means we allow it. There's no resistance, we've accepted that it's allowed. Over the weekend just gone I … Continue reading Telling 9th July 2018
Time Is Currency And How You Spend It Matters
If there's one thing I love doing, it's finding the quickest way of accomplishing a task. Sad as it may be, I get actually get a kick out of it! Over the years of working with computers and websites, I've had to do loads of mundane tasks, some the require the same strokes or actions … Continue reading Time Is Currency And How You Spend It Matters
Untethering from my iPhone
Me and my iPhone need to break up (or at least see each other less). On Wednesday (28/6/17) I went along to a monthly Creator's Club where the guest speaker was discussing Futurism and the rapid increase in computing power and emerging automated technologies. The talk itself was mind blowing, to have it put into … Continue reading Untethering from my iPhone
Looking at the Future with Fond Memories
How often do you reflect on the past? Every week, every day? When we meet up with friends we often refer to past memories, experiences and events, reminiscing about the "good old days". With Facebook and Timehop we're reminded daily of photos we've taken and statuses we have written. We all like looking at old photos … Continue reading Looking at the Future with Fond Memories
Nothing Happens TO You, it Happens FOR You
Big statement huh? Hard to believe? If you think about it, how many times can you recall an event or situation that appeared "bad" that at the time, but shortly after, became a massive positive? One that makes you say "I'm actually really glad that happened". It's just like the saying "every cloud has a silver lining". … Continue reading Nothing Happens TO You, it Happens FOR You