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).

sunshine

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.

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.

perfection is the enemy of perfectly adequate

I have always been a perfectionist. I hate making mistakes. Simply the thought of others seeing my mistakes makes my face burn. It is impossible to enjoy activities that I’m not naturally very good at, and there are plenty of those (mainly sport related).

a row a day blanket

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a row a day blanket The lovely Sophie from Botanical Yarn inspired me to take up crochet. Normally more of a knitting fan, I’m loving making this row a day blanket.