Giving yourself time to rest and relax is important. Not just time to unwind, but actual quiet time with nothing else happening or being done. I like to take long baths. This quiet time gives my mind the freedom to wander and bring to my attention things that I’ve thought about before, but with added details Read More
Even though I’ve been blogging for almost a year now, it’s still pretty tricky to think of something to write every day. Whenever I bring up this topic with my wife, her response is “do you really need to write every single day?”, to which my answer is no, not really. But do I want to Read More
So far this Easter Holiday, I’ve completed (though not officially) two courses from the Business Statistics and Analysis Specialization on Coursera and am one quarter of the way through the next one, with two further courses to go. Luckily, this didn’t require me being strapped to the desk for the whole time, I’ve managed to fit Read More
One of my hopes for this blog, and generally the content I share here, is that it may help others who find themselves somewhere on the same path as I am. That may be where they’ve learned enough Excel to be able to list it as one of their skills, and they want to know where Read More
Since the beginning of January this year, my wife and I have been getting ourselves up early every day to see what all the fuss was about. At first it was pretty difficult, but as we’ve adjusted by going to bed earlier and getting into the routine of things, it’s become easier and easier.
NetFlix recently launched a series of shorts from different contributors, called Love, Death and Robots. After watching a couple, it wasn’t hard to carry on watching another and another. Some are pretty gory, but they all have something in common besides the Love, Death and Robots; ideas.