Numbers have always been dear to me. They provide structure and predictability in a chaotic world. At work, they tell me that my department is pretty damned good - ahead on sales, excellent process and comparable to the bigger stores with a plethora of colleagues. At home they tell me that my budget is balanced … Continue reading Numbers
Post written for VICTA - helping blind and partially sighted kids. Dad’s Voice – a post for Victa Being the parents of four means a busy life. We have three girls and a boy, each with their own challenges. Both my wife, Gill, and I play our part in trying to organise the chaos – … Continue reading Dad’s Voice
Life as a journey
I like this analogy. It bothers me a little that many feel life has a direction and a destination (other than the obvious one) This clearly isn't true. It's a nomadic existence more akin to a pinball's path than anything. However, it's still a good analogy. Paths merging and parting, life events and foul people … Continue reading Life as a journey
Social Media – has the bubble burst?
I have several social media accounts: I Tweet, I Snap, and more. Lately I've tired of the whole thing. It's not the funny cat pictures or the posts that go "I know 90% of my friends won't repost this...." Today it was the little dictators who mediate a local history page. It's all too impersonally … Continue reading Social Media – has the bubble burst?