Posts Tagged ‘wellbeing’

Man flu again

Man flu. Can you even call it that when the wife goes down with it first? Firstly apologies for nothing last week – (i) we were away and (ii) man flu… Lorraine took time off work last week. On its own not an earth shattering statement but that woman just doesn’t take a sickie. Previous…

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A doing week

This week has, in the main, been a doing week. After a couple of weeks with wall to wall appointments it’s been a novel experience. I have of course been softwared a number of times… I’m sure you know what I mean. Depending on when one week starts and finishes we were expecting to collect…

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Burning the candle at both ends

is bad enough but when the candle starts burning in the middle you KNOW you’ve got it wrong. There is something mindbogglingly negative about starting the day at an 07.00 networking meeting knowing that the last appointment in the same day is at 19.30 – over twelve hours later… Especially now – half way through…

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They had a good run in the World Cup, didn’t they?

I’m seriously NOT a football supporter – and I have Celtic blood (Celtic pronounced with a “k”, not the Glaswegian football team) – but in the end, even I was sorry to see England lose 2-1 in extra time to Croatia. You’ll be able to tell I’m not a football supporter now from the next…

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It really ought to be nap time

If I don’t stop yawning soon I’m going to dislocate my jaw… Blame the evening gigs I suppose. Rotary event Tuesday evening and Town Council meeting last night. Approximately three and a half hours each which totals about an extra day in terms of doing rather than vegetating. I OUGHT to feel invigorated by Rotary…

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Back in the saddle – or flying carpet –

and seriously sore… I’m afraid I didn’t get the opportunity to post last week or the week before. As I believe I mentioned, I was away with the daughter (similar to away with the pixies, but not) in Istanbul two weeks ago and on holiday in Nottingham last week. The first can also be assumed…

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I had a great title but the gerbil ate it

I lie but it is a good excuse – schooldays memories and dreadfully inept excuses for not having done homework…. I DID have a super title but that was this morning, now is now and I’m bu99ered if I can remember what it was. I put it down in part to: Age. Short-term memory is…

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