Not my blog

When I first started writing short articles I had no real plan. At the time I was inspired by reading the things that others were publishing, it was early 1999 and personal websites were slowly on the rise. Reading those words, with the slow realisation that I could do it too, seemed like a new

Todoist: One Year On

I last wrote about Todoist almost exactly a year ago and it’s telling that I’m still using it today. How I use Projects My usage has evolved a little, mostly through the use of sub-projects. In ToDoist a project is really just a bucket, but because you can have sub-projects you can quickly build a

The Basics

I stumbled across an old post of mine the other day - one of those weird moments when you google something and your own site comes up - which discussed the idea that some of the basics of a profession were a given. They could, and should, rightfully be presumed. It made me realise I

Ill Moods

With the nausea and light headedness comes the dark. The craving of melancholy, musical choices change to the minor keys, the quiet and downbeat. Lyrics flow over old wounds. It is different now, the detachment of old is gone. Replaced by a floating view, looking down on this place, the swirling moods that ebb and

Face Value

OK, let's get one thing out of the way. Yes, I will be buying an Apple Watch. Probably. Most likely. I'm not sure when, and it'll certainly only be a final decision after I've had the chance to hold one in my hand and try one on my wrist, but for me it looks like

Buzz Buzz Buzz

The anticipation builds as I eat breakfast. A large full plate of not so healthy options. Sustenance for the coming hours, energy to deal with the adrenalin rush to follow. My mind races ahead, what will the design look like? The final version awaits me at the studio and as I head there my pace

A big pot of time

Poly Means Many: There are many aspects of polyamory. Each month, the PMM bloggers will write about their views on one of them. Links to all posts can be found at I like making stew, I like the simplicity of it, I like how the combination of ingredients becomes so much greater than the sum