The trouble with winter in Northern Europe is that it’s too easy to stay home in the warm. When you work as a writer, like me, your work ties you to a desk and it can be an isolating experience. I find that the loneliness creeps up on me. It’s wily and insidious and its… Continue reading Monday Morning Musing #66 – This Writer’s Winter’s Tale
Dear Terry Anne You write of gardening and how that roots you in a place. You write of receiving a call from afar and changing on a dime to wish to be somewhere else. You go on to say that you are resigning yourself to believe that it will be this way forever. I know.… Continue reading Monday Morning Musings #61 my tribe
After a break of a few weeks Terry Anne and I are now back to our Monday Morning Musings. Well, I call it a break but actually we haven’t had a proper holiday this summer. Apart from some weekends away I’ve been working. For the last few months I have been trialling a brand new… Continue reading Monday Morning Musing #55 – what did you do in the holidays?
I’m always a little nervous before such things, not knowing what might be ahead and whether I’d sense what I was supposed to do and not make a fool of myself.
What compels us? Once a year, many of us step away from our day-to-day lives, fly from all corners of the globe, and reconvene with this diverse global family that is FIGT. It's many things – friendships, insights, connections, research, knowledge, wisdom and inspiration. Yet on day one in Bangkok, this year’s destination for the FIGT2019 conference, the… Continue reading Monday Morning Musing #46 – Stepping up to ‘play’… revelations from Bangkok at #FIGT2019