They say

it is always calmest before the storm.

This is all way too overdramatic for what this post is about. But the point is, it seems things always turn to poop just as they are looking up. The only thing that matters is how you react. Things happen. 90% of life is things happening to you. 10% is you reacting to things happening (those numbers are made up). Continue reading “broken”


Only in my recent years have I grown some financial sense. Seriously. Financial maturity had escaped me for most of my growing years. In my single digit years, I once stole a fiver from my mother’s purse. Feeling like the richest human on earth, I popped to the shops where I spent my windfall on 500 (FIVE HUNDRED!) sweets. So yeah… I haven’t always been the smartest with money. Continue reading “badvestments”


Hi 😊,

We all seek escapism. I’m not here to judge. I’m just here to say I do too. I’m no stranger to the need to leave behind the stresses of everyday life. People seek this from all kinds of places. Some take drugs/alcohol and others go to entertainment or gaming/virtual reality. Some even go to God. Over the years, I have used various media outlets for escapism. Continue reading “fantasia”

Lets Talk About Death and Dying


Wikipedia  defined death as “the termination of all biological functions that sustain all living organism…..”

I was shocked to learn that there are about 500,000 deaths in a year in England. There were 529,655 in 2015 (Office for National Statistics).

Death is often a taboo topic, it is not a topic we would commonly talk about on our dinner tables; we might talk about the death of a loved one or a celebrity, but hardly about death itself, Yet death is inevitable, it is a debt we all have to pay, once you exist, then you will surely die, it is only a matter of when.

Death is feared by most people because of the uncertainty of what happens after death. To some death represents a finality. While to many others, who believe in the concept of a judgement of either reward or punishment after death, death is just another…

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Out With The Old… In With The New

As the month of March draws to an end giving way to April, it is always a good time to reflect. March is the end of many things. For most, it is the end of the tax year (and financial year). For me, especially this year, March signifies the end of my time as a bachelor.

Continue reading “Out With The Old… In With The New”