Category Archives: happiness

In which there are three weeks left to go …

A physicist friend once explained the main elements of relativity to me. All I can remember now is something about time slowing down the faster a body travels. I’m not sure about the physics but it feels to me that … Continue reading

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In which I might get to ask the questions …

I have had a happy morning sorting out a list of questions on starting up a business. I’ve got a couple of telephone conversations coming up with organisations that support budding entrepreneurs like me. Curiously as I was sorting my … Continue reading

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In which the snow becomes general …

One of the upsides of sliding inexorably towards being fired is that my diary is rather empty. What was a fertile plain of meetings, events, conferences and the like is now an empty tundra. Of course there’s stuff to do … Continue reading

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In which I obviously need to shut myself in a darkened room …

Due to freak wormhole in my computer brought about by the Large Hadron Collider a government News Release from 2019 arrived in my inbox this morning. I thought I should share it with you. “Embargoed until: 00:01 January 1, 2019 … Continue reading

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