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Change: It's a Web of Emotions

Hi everyone, kind of lost track once again on posting, so apologise this is later than planned. This is a topic which is semi-vent, but it is something I’d like to talk about since I’m sure I’m not the only one to feel this way. 862 more words

Father’s Day thoughts, family in the digital age.

By, the time I post this it should be Father’s day in the UK. Amid the commercial nature of it all I still find myself picking up a card and thinking about an appropriate gift. 650 more words

Funny

Valuing harm without devaluing the harmed

June 9 JDN 2458644

In last week’s post I talked about the matter of “putting a value on a human life”. I explained how we don’t actually need to make a transparently absurd statement like “a human life is worth $5 million” to do cost-benefit analysis; we simply need to ask ourselves what else we could do with any given amount of money. 1,117 more words

Public Policy

Jude (Lucky #3)

Jude (Lucky #3) by Garrett Leigh: Review by Lost in a Book

Blurb:

Isha has spent the last year watching his BFF get his happily-ever-after. He’s proud of Dom, but…it hurts to see him so free while Isha’s love life is still on lockdown. 492 more words

Reasons to be cheerful about inclusion

There was a huge pile of paperwork waiting for me when I emerged from my week’s break with friends and family. But the most urgent was not household bills or disability forms, but the need to confirm the summer activities for my profoundly disabled daughter. 499 more words

Reasons To Be Cheerful

25 things I've learnt in 25 years 💭

Hey my Lovelies,

So I’m officially 30! Just kidding Lol, but I saw somewhere that once you turn 25 you’re basically 30 so please excuse me whilst I have a little cry at this devastating reality of, “I’m old” 613 more words

Blogging

Live Long & Prosper.

There is a certain type of Star Trek fan that likes to wax lyrical about how Star Trek Discovery, the latest iteration of the science-fiction saga, is just an excuse for left-wing propaganda. 703 more words

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