Month: March 2011


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101 in 1001 – March Update

This month I managed to tick off a couple of long term goals, which is always a pleasure. I’m coming into the final stretch with this project – all the stuff I have left to do has been left for a reason – but I’m hoping I’m going to find some final motivation to get […]

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Friday Thanks

Friday Thanks

Dear Girl at the Gym, Thank you for doing some crunches on the mat whilst I was trying desperately to balance on the ball and do some arm exercises at the same time. I hate going to the gym because the idea of people watching me exercise fills me with dread, but you inspired me […]

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Grace in Small Things

Grace In Small Things

Laughing out loud in the cinema, with other people Actually, just laughing in general Other friends doing their own Grace in Small Things lists. (Hi Sean!) Goodnight routines Ham, salad cream and lettuce sandwiches Have a good weekend, everybody. Be kind.

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Stress

I should have spent the afternoon at work but instead Sky decided to royally screw us over time and time again and I’ve had to stay in to wait for yet another engineer to come out and “fix” our internet. (This is probably the fourth visit in a month, along with countless phone calls from […]

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Home

Home I’m quite looking forward to this weekend. Both Q and I have booked Friday and Monday off work, and tmrw night you’ll find us loading up the car and speeding down the M5 towards Cornwall, to spend a few days with my family and friends who have migrated back there recently. People in the […]

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Books! 2011 – February Update

Read in February: 13. NEW: The Monkey’s Raincoat – Robert Crais 14. NEW: The Life & Soul of the Party – Mike Gayle 15. NEW: Room – Emma Donahue 16. NEW: The Secret Shopper’s Revenge – Kate Harrison 17. NEW: William Walker’s First Year of Marriage – Matt Rudd 18. NEW: The Game – Jack […]

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Slump

I don’t know why I’m always surprised that I have very little energy and motivation to do anything when it it happens to me every single winter. You’re the same, right? The cold weather and the rain makes me buy more food and hibernate indoors constantly. Cosy jumpers, crap films on TV, Ferrero Rocher bringing […]

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