Rebooting a weekend project

It’s a new year, but that wasn’t the trigger. It was the sight of the red lawn mower sitting in the middle of my dusty backyard. There is a photo in a similar vein, although dustier, from my 2019 weekend project, 12:32pm Saturday. Saturday, 2 February, 2019 “Why not!”, I decided. I haven’t bothered withContinue reading “Rebooting a weekend project”

I forgot

I forgot that 2021 was my Year of Remembering. The leaves have fallen, the year half done, and finally it has dawned on me. At the beginning of each year, I usually write something to get things started, usually about the possibilities that the latest theme might bring. But not this year. It could haveContinue reading “I forgot”

Adding my voice to the passing of 2020

I started 2020 by dedicating it as My Year of Less Distractions. Who would have thought a global pandemic, with lockdowns, would play directly into that aim. Thankfully, no conspiracy theory was triggered. As 2020 draws to a close, we are being regaled with the usual round of reflective newspaper articles, blog posts, tubie videosContinue reading “Adding my voice to the passing of 2020”

Mid-year review of distractions

The book is permanently open. It won’t close. It’s stuck. I could force it by stacking it under something heavy. The book is my bullet journal. I started it in January as part of my Year of Less Distractions because the man in the video said it would help reduce distractions. Does it? Yes, butContinue reading “Mid-year review of distractions”

Scouring up some nourishment

YouTube Again! Still distracting me, BUT (and it is a ‘but’ in capital letters) it’s proving useful. Leaving the fashion parades for another post, this is about the latest trigger that popped up in a Feng Shui video in my YouTube feed. The exquisitely made-up lady in her beautifully presented home said (in translation) thatContinue reading “Scouring up some nourishment”

Distracted by Less Distractions

Less distractions; less to write about. That’s what I thought. A Year of Less Distractions should mean being distracted less than has been the usual. With that in mind, I fully expected one of the causalities would be my ‘excessive’ use of YouTube. But it was there I found my first lead on how toContinue reading “Distracted by Less Distractions”