Monday, 1 January 2018

Two Blogs Become One

I don't know if you know it but I have another blog ("had" if you are reading this far in to the future). A blog where all things creative reigned... which is actually how this blog started out its life.

But recently I have come to the realisation that it would be if I just had the one blog and so I've decided to condense the two blogs in to one. So eventually my other blog - The Creative Life - will disappear (which is why I haven't linked to it - if the link is still over on the right feel free to visit while you still can).

So over the coming weeks things may change around here, my blogging schedule will change, posts previously unseen on this blog will appear in the archives (hopefully, I'm not all that technologically minded).I say weeks as I'm kind of lazy, so it will probably be that very little happens for weeks and then all the posts/changes will appear in one go.

I will try and deal with any dead links... but there will always be those ones that get away.

Bear with me... :)

Monday, 25 July 2016

Random Quote #293

Be you writer or reader, it is very pleasant to run away in a book. 

Jean Craighead George

Sunday, 24 July 2016

Motivationally Speaking

Did you see what I did there with the title... cos usually these posts are called Creatively Speaking and... yeah ok I'll get on with it.

As I mentioned a couple of weeks ago I watch a lot of YouTube videos. More than is probably good for me... but anyway in my travels across YouTube I have come across various YouTubers/videos that are designed to motivate you.

And if you listen to them... I mean really listen to what is being said then, well in my experience they are the sort of videos that make you want to get stuff done. The sort of video that makes you feel like...

Monday, 18 July 2016

Random Quote #292

The human face has limited space. If you fill it with laughter there will be no room for crying. 

Rohinton Mistry

Monday, 11 July 2016

Random Quote #291

Minds are like parachutes - they only function when open.

Thomas Dewar