Monthly Archives: June 2016

That Crowded Feeling

Do you ever get that feeling that you’re trapped in a crowd? As though there is a group of people who want you to do one thing and you are being dragged along with them, yet you haven’t actually had … Continue reading

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The Battle of Fromelles

In a few weeks it will be one hundred years since The Battle of Fromelles which occurred between the 19th and 20th of July 1916. It occurred on the Western Front in the Somme region of France and was fought … Continue reading

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We Don’t Like Being Challenged

However much we talk about the enjoyment of being challenged, deep down within everyone is a little part which says ‘I don’t ever want to be challenged’. When we talk about ‘challenging ourselves’ it is about taking ourselves to boundaries … Continue reading

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Time Flies

The world is getting faster. Or is it? Is it merely our perception of time that is changing? A day is merely a drop in the bucket when we become adults whereas when we were children, a single day filled a … Continue reading

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The Anonymity of Writing

The kind of writing I do is somewhat anonymous, not all writing is but this week I’m just talking about my experience. Writing is a powerful tool which can shape the world both for good and evil. Throughout the ages … Continue reading

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Why I Still Write

12 months I began a journey. I typed less than 200 words and published it for the world to see. Well that was the theory at least. I wanted to be a writer and apparently getting into the habit of writing … Continue reading

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