Monthly Archives: January 2017

Productive actions in perilous times

My Twitter feed has been one long scroll of horror since 20 January (with some gloriously bright spots such as the millions around the world who took part in the Women’s Marches and the lovely Americans crowding the streets at … Continue reading

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Money leaks – £360/person/year

Interesting article from GoCompare on money leaks and how they average out to £360 per person per year on the UK. The UK wastes a whopping £17.6bn a year by letting money leach away on takeaways, snacks, coffees, ready meals and items … Continue reading

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Women’s Marches

I wasn’t able to get to the London march but did spend a couple of hours on Twitter yesterday joyfully signal boosting tweets about turnout, pics of people attending and the amazing creativity of the signs from the quintessentially British … Continue reading

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PT and Meaty Monday

Post-Christmas review of the fitness programme and the PT and I have agreed some respectable targets. Complete C25k programme by early April – my choice Flexibility / mobility / stretching – daily practice for overall improvement – his choice. We’ve … Continue reading

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Sunday’s Shots from the Plots

I had a much needed break over Xmas and – even though the weather was lovely and sunny for a couple of days – did no work on the plots. My cunning plan for checking progress this year is going … Continue reading

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Movie Monday

I did manage to see Rogue One at the cinema before going into my self-imposed hibernation mode over Christmas and New Year. I loved it and will be popping back to see it again – I hope. It felt like … Continue reading

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