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Get Me Out Of Here!

On our flight to Madrid last Sunday, my boyfriend remarked that in the past year alone we have been out of the country five times. Blessed as we are that we can travel so easily and visit so many amazing places, it is in my nature to get away from England as often as I can (I get itchy feet if I stay in one place for too long) and I do work unbelievably hard to be able to treat myself in this way. 421 more words


Emotion - While Stocks Last

By Gavin Rogers and Emily Warner

A work exploring the increasing dominance of the poundshop on our emotions and behaviors



Utterly Captivating - The Rise and Fall of Little Voice, The REP

Jim Cartwright’s The Rise and Fall of Little Voice follows the story of LV, or Little Voice, a shy, quiet girl who lives with her overpowering mother, Mari. 792 more words


Cleaning up the act: Kent St. public baths, plans and accounts

Birmingham Corporation opened its first public baths at Kent Street on May 12th, 1851. It was among the first major civic building projects undertaken by the town’s earliest elected council, along with the prison and asylum at Winson Green. 394 more words


Thoughts for Friday - 22nd May 2015

You may have noticed that I was conspicuous by my absence last week when my usual Thoughts for Friday post failed to appear. It was a rather… 998 more words

Thoughts For Friday