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Students are beginning their academic years and fresh graduates are starting their new jobs and career paths.

Personality is seasonal and with Autumn fast approaching, you’ll be able to tune into your inner hermit and really maximise the quality of your work, in whatever you do. 969 more words


Here's Why You Still Think About Your Ex

My wife came home with a bunch of bags. Fuck. “Look at these shoes I got on sale!” She was at the outlets and got suckered into buying. 798 more words


What we learned crossing the Med

On this last trip, we crossed the Mediterranean sea from the south coast of France to the north coast of Africa and back again. We sailed for 30 days, and encountered a variety of conditions from dead calms to 35 knots of breeze and everything in between. 1,068 more words

Systems & Equipment

A change of scenery.

After several weekends at Shenny, it was time for a change of scenery.  We tossed around different anchorages we could try as the weekend of the 27th drew closer, but by the time Friday rolled around it was clear that winds would be light.   898 more words

Life at anchor

Thursday 1st Sept.

Today marks one month since we left the mooring in the River Exe and we have been living at anchor since.  We’ve only been in a marina once since arriving in A Coruña where we topped up our water tanks and did our washing, and I must say it wasn’t worth the €38 we paid for the privilege as the Wifi signal was more than useless and the ‘facilities’ consisted of two showers and three toilets per block, and one washing machine and dryer (for a 300 berth marina, which you pay to use).  897 more words


Journey back to La Paz

We took an eight day journey from Puerto Escondido to La Paz, A mere 98nm but we like to travel slowly and enjoy the people and places we visit. 1,035 more words


Perfect sailing in Corsica

We left Sardinia yesterday, and had two perfect days of sailing up the west coast of Corsica. Winds were 8-12 knots and we were close reaching a little under the true wind speed. 169 more words