Could you do it? Could you only have three things on the go at any point in time? Only three! The man on the radio got my attention. “The more things you start, the less you finish,” he said. It seems so obvious, unless the buzz is in the idea and finishing, a bit irrelevant. […]Read More Shuffling across to the kanban style
So, why has this non-reader finished her second book in just two weeks? And a fiction story at that! I’m gravitating to the unfamiliar and there must be an explanation.Read More Fading colour down the line
When we pick up a book, be it paperback, hardback or ebook, we expect to be different when we have reached the last page. We might be emotionally different, having traveled our way through the highs and lows of a gripping story. We might be physically different, perhaps relaxed or motivated to face the world […]Read More Reading to change
The October Long Weekend holiday – three days of music on shuffle, with me just going where it leads.
The shuffle on the iPod randomly selects the next piece to play.
My focus randomly switches to another task. Not in sync; it’s not a dance; it’s an allegory of sorts.Read More Shuffle Days
The Sandy Lane turns off the main north-south highway, so the expected contrast was the high-tech bitumen of a main artery with the soft dust of a side road.
The contrast that drew my attention was a little different.Read More SR95 The Sandy Lane
It means “to glue”, but I think it could mean “to salvage”Read More Weekly photo challenge – Collage
Natural order; logical order; systematic order … or a photo essay on encroachment?Read More Weekly photo challenge – Order
A new project to get the camera out on the road and into the field.Read More SR70 Monumea Gap Road
It’s not as seasonal as I originally believed. The impact is subtle but obvious … once you see the pattern.Read More Diet and it’s impact on sleep patterns
The wrinkles of age writ large in shoe leather.Read More De-scuffing nicely