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may tsundoku

Still working through sorting the house out but I did want to share what’s on my bedside table (figuratively, not literally. Bedside table all sorts of a mess).

moving home

We moved house last week. It was, as you would imagine, quite stressful, although not necessarily in the ways I had expected.


It’s amazing as a nation how obsessed we are with weather. Whether the weather is good or bad it is a British conversational staple.

hot cross buns

At this time of year my eyes are drawn to a particular bakery item in the supermarket. As the Spring sunshine starts to appear, the days become a little brighter and we’re beginning to find excuses to be outdoors instead of indoors but there’s still one reason to have a cup of tea and a mid-afternoon treat… The Hot Cross Bun.

identity and the pandemic

Without a doubt, the past 12 months have dramatically changed the relationship between individuals and their work. Whether you have been working from home, have a job which you have been unable to do, or have been under immense pressure we have all had to change and adapt to the new reality which has been caused by the global pandemic. 

march tsundoku

This month’s tsundoku includes a variety of quite different types of books, with some more or less likely to make it to the promised land of actually getting read.

think is the home for shorter reads and reflections on what’s happening now

light is the home for longer, more thought-provoking articles and resources

create is an interactive space about making things

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