Writing, writing to heal

Monday Morning Musing #53 – You Lift Me Up

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.

Families in Global Transition, Global Life, Writing

Monday Morning Musing #46 – Stepping up to ‘play’… revelations from Bangkok at #FIGT2019

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

Writing

Monday Morning Musing #43 – But what does it really look like?

Some people, myself included, attribute colours to the days of the week. This is called synaesthesia. When two similarly affected people discover they share this trait you can be sure that they will agree that Mondays, are red, of course and that Wednesdays are green. It’s obvious, isn’t it? Apparently many of us also give… Continue reading Monday Morning Musing #43 – But what does it really look like?

Transition, Writing, writing to heal

Monday Morning Musings #37 – The Gloom and the Glory

Inspired by a line from Nabokov's memoir, Speak, Memory, I write about the highs and lows of living abroad.

Writing

Monday Morning Musing #35 – #Bringbackletterwriting

When your son moves to Spain to start his first real job, what should a parent do? Send a four-leafed clover emoji?