Disconnection. In a world were we are so connected with technology we are becoming more and more disconnected.
There were two things of interest this week, the first one is that the blog is now 12 years old. Twelve years of ups, downs, and everything in between. I've really enjoyed writing the blog and I hope you've enjoyed reading it. I try to keep it varied, just like life is 🙂 The other... Continue Reading →
It feels like the 786th edition of Sunday Thoughts. So here we go, I'm just going to launch straight in. We had a massive storm over the last couple of days and part of me wonders if it's because things are 'getting back to normal'. I'll have to watch myself or I'll turn into a... Continue Reading →
There must be something about the 4th of February. Firstly it's my lovely father-in-law's birthday, secondly it's 11 years ago since I started the blog! I remember the day all too well, we'd recently moved house, my parents weren't well and I just decided to type. There was no plan, it was just a way... Continue Reading →
As we reach the end of the year and I look back I'm amazed how far I've come. Things that would have petrified me before, now don't worry me at all. To give you a couple of examples; Before Christmas I went to a local market and I remember going earlier in the year and... Continue Reading →
I was delighted to be interviewed by Rebecca Kennedy for the December issue of Sligo Now Magazine. I talked about depression, panic attacks and Havin' A Laugh. The headline reads '1000 friends on Facebook and no one to coffee' with and that's how I used to feel. I'm not so bad these days. Over the... Continue Reading →