A reopening

From today, England and Wales enter another phase of relaxing COVID-19 distancing regulations. Non-essential retail, personal care, gyms and pubs can all open from today, prompting lots of headlines about pints and haircuts. And I get it. I wouldn’t be human if I didn’t welcome this small step on the journey back to recovery, but… Continue reading A reopening

Bags and bags

Readers of this blog will be familiar with my penchant for bags. Bags of all sizes, for any purpose, as long as they're black. So strange. So specific. Anyway, my urge to remove needless objects from my life has found yet another focus: the bags. Please note this isn't based on any kind of philosophical… Continue reading Bags and bags

Binning more distractions

While slowly regaining consciousness this morning, I did a bit more digital de-cluttering. I removed a whole bunch of apps from my iPhone and iPad Mini - and once again, the deleting felt very, very good. There were apps I've never used, as well as apps that represent a depressing time-sink. The main offender was… Continue reading Binning more distractions