I’m Generation X, our kind are pre-programmed to think ill of Gen Y. It must be some kind of fight or flight survival instinct or something. Either that, or because Gen Y are whinging brats who really should move out of home and discover the joys of living on 2 minute noodles and such. But […]Read More What we can learn from Gen Y.
I live by myself in a one bedroom flat. As far as one bedroom flats go, it’s quite large, but nevertheless it’s a one bedroom flat with the appropriate amount of storage and space for a single occupant and her assorted possessions. What this means is, my storage situation is not conducive to going to […]Read More Single Serve in a Bulk Buying World.
Here’s my very simple guide to finding out if you’re normal or not. Whatever your issue is… Google it. If Google has no suggestions whatsoever for your particular thing, then you’re not normal. If this is the case, you should celebrate, because it’s good to be different. Chances are though, the dot-com machine will come […]Read More Am I Normal?
I’ve only just realised that I’m a person who likes a challenge. Five or so years ago I challenged myself to see how many days I could go without a cigarette. I’m up passed 2000 days now, so I’d say I’m doing pretty well in that challenge. All my previous attempts had been total failures, […]Read More There’s Nothing Like A Challenge.
Further to last weeks post on Goal Setting, I now have the dilemma of defining ‘regular’. (as an aside I just learnt how to do that link thing and am quite impressed with myself for my technological-ness) In January I pledged to become a regular blogger, then I wrote my first post of the year last […]Read More How do you define regular?