Most weeks I would produce a photography-focused post for this blog of mine. The opportunities to get out and do something creative with my camera have been seriously limited by the lockdown and so I am posting this experimental photograph which I took back in December.
The extreme turbulence of the past 12 months has done little for most people’s bank accounts. The past year was something of a roller coaster ride for me financially. This has inspired me to set myself some financial goals for the next 12 months, goals that I hope will benefit me and my family. I
Here’s a fact that not many people know about me: I used to be a travel journalist. With that background, I do take luggage very seriously. While I may not undertake long-distance travel anything like as much as I used to, I do (Coronavirus permitting) have to travel quite a lot as a family man
Kate Clanchy’s Some Kids I Taught and What They Taught Me took me by surprise. It may be that I’d misunderstood something in the accompanying media release, but I thought this was going to be a funny and witty set of anecdotes based on Clanchy’s 30 years of working in the classroom.
I want you to imagine you’ve just spent two hours listening to some incredibly experienced academics raking over what is, in effect, your life experiences. That’s what I’ve just experienced at the launch of a book called Sharing Care. It’s a book that explores the experiences of men who either share the care of their