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I understand from observation that love is never an easy journey.


To Walk the Mind

I walk my mind an empty plain closing the eyes. Crows around carcass, nothing to remember: some roads wide, some narrow; the earth bears no resemblance to past because same trees, now pulled out, no longer bear significance – imperfection – innate naivety – nothing breeding nothing. 118 more words


Writers I admire

Eric Arthur Blair

For those of you who have read my bio on the About page here on my blog, or on my Amazon or… 1,165 more words


A Memory of Firsts and Lasts

I have a pretty terrible memory.  I forget things almost as soon as they’re said/done.  Memory plays funny tricks.  Sometimes I remember things in their opposite colours, most particularly black and white clothing/objects. 376 more words


#epinterviews - Adam Beale

This is part of a series of interviews with fellow English language teaching professions to be published on this blog.

The interviewees are drawn from a variety of teaching contexts, in different countries and working with different kinds of learners. 644 more words



Observation’s… the joys. Being my final one of my NQT year, I decided to try something new and exciting to get an even better personal grade but more importantly to ensure that every child was engaged in their learning. 267 more words

Getting back on track

When it comes to exercise and clean eating sometimes we don’t do as well as we would like. However, there is no need to panic because it happens to all of us. 25 more words