This is a reposting to mark me reaching my 30,000th hit. The sentiments still ring true, perhaps with my photography to boot now, so for those who haven't read this before give it a butchers and see what motivates me to write! Not the drug kind of hit, that would be dangerous. No my 10,000 blog … Continue reading My 10,000th hit (re-posting!)
This weekend I travelled back up to Durham for Lumiere Festival (festival of lights for those not in the know). Those who have been an avid reader of this blog will know that I went to Durham University and graduated a year and a half ago. With a few remaining friends still lingering on in … Continue reading The lights are on but nobody’s home
For all of those who thought this blog post was me debating the pros and cons of creating an inventory for your storage vessels, I am sorry to disappoint. The sort of bucket list I am of course referring to is a list detailing things you wish to do before you die, or kick the … Continue reading Writing a bucket list, sad or useful?
For as long as I can remember I have always complied a list of 12 songs at this time of year. The songs embody the concluding year, the places I’ve been, the people I’ve met and the events that filled it. Usually, however, the list is scribbled on a scrap of paper and swiftly lost … Continue reading My 12-song soundtrack to 2010
Not the drug kind of hit. No my 10,000 blog hit, it happened sometime during the night like Father Christmas coming or foxes eating your boots (it happens). I have amazingly reached the grand old age of 10,000 and in all honestly I cannot believe it. I didn’t for one moment 6 weeks ago when … Continue reading My 10,000th hit
This week my future truly began in earnest, there’s no turning back now. My flight is booked, 1st of September, London Heathrow to Delhi. I graduated earlier this month (read http://bit.ly/cIayn1 for more information on that) and as my friend pointed out I was taking the biggest risk out of all my friends, the largest … Continue reading Flights Booked, now the adventure begins…