As has probably become clear I have started a new blog on January 1st. I did this because I felt like I had some things I wanted to write about and that while I had an afternoon free I started with WordPress (as recommended by the Wife, check her blog out). I was speaking to … Continue reading New Years Resolutions – or why the calander should not work as an incentive
Thanks to those who responded to my review this week of "The pig that wants to be eaten", I am pleased to update you and confirm that Jonathan has adopted my spare copy now. Thanks, keep reading!
For today's blog post I was thinking about writing something that would be universally appreciated (going for the popular vote already, how disappointing) but in asking around I have found that something I thought was universal - Music - is somewhat divisive after all. I don’t mean divisive in the sense of different tastes or … Continue reading Everyone loves music?
This is a fantastic book. Review over. Ok, you probably need more than that. 'The pig that wants to be eaten and 99 other thought experiments" to use its full title, is an anthology of some of the most interesting thoughts to seep from the minds of western philosophers to date. Author Julian Baggini modifies … Continue reading Book Review – The pig that wants to be eaten.
Follow my blog with Bloglovin Just a quick one now to say I have shared the Blog on the site Blog Lovin' , a new post will be up later this morning!
This time of year always leads to shocked gasps and accusations towards our household. It seems that in a world where we are told on the one hand that all personal choices made by others must be accepted and accommodated for, there is still a taboo we are guilty of that shocks most, especially other … Continue reading Lying to Children
I thought I might look at what has happened more personally in 2016. It has not been an awful year by any means, dare I write a positive sounding post? I suppose I could try. I have now at last completed my degree, which hangs aside my wife's on the wall. I started a year … Continue reading 2016 Review of Me
Well, I had to start somewhere.