Monthly Archives: January 2017

The Eruption of Vesuvius

The eruption of Vesuvius is categorised into two phases – the Plinian and the Peléan. The first phase was named after Pliny the Younger who was the first to record the phenomenon. It began with an eruption of gas and … Continue reading

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Awards

The news has been filled lately with people being recognised for things that they have done or positions which they have achieved. Yet there seem to be so many great people who were equally worthy of receiving the award and … Continue reading

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It’s Hard to Stop

I’ve written so much about stopping and resting and taking breaks, perhaps because that is what I most need to hear. My life kind of goes through phases. I have times where nothing happens and then times full of absolute craziness. … Continue reading

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Researching

Deep down I suppose I’m a little bit of a history nerd and a bit unusual, but I find the process of researching fascinating. It’s a little bit like going on a treasure hunt. Searching for clues which will point … Continue reading

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Order and Organisation

Am I an organised person? It depends on  the day. Some days I am organised and neat and tidy and at other times a bomb probably exploded somewhere and if I tidied up a bit, I could find the evidence. … Continue reading

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