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Róisín & Other Poems :

Just released in Paperback & E-Reader Kindle :

Contents :

01.    RÓISÍN
05.    POOR WEE EFFIE MCGAEL… 67 more words


One of the cornerstones of any relationship, whether between couples, patent and child, or employer and employee is Trust.

However it occurs to me that it is too easily given, especially by me, as I’ve discussed in previous posts, this can be because of tribal influences such as supporting the same team, or coming from the same localised area. 313 more words


An Open Letter to Matt Walsh

Dear Matt:

*Trigger warning: the post below discusses sensitive issues, including abortion & abuse.*

I read your response to the Women’s March that took place on Saturday. 1,302 more words

The Art of Losing

So here you are, this is everything you have been working for. Everything you have dreamed of. You have trained with a sense of dire urgency, never taking your eyes off the prize at the end of the road. 1,092 more words


Storming the Ivory Tower

I read a lot — think ten to twenty books a week. Fiction. Non-fiction. There’s some brilliant stuff. But it’s all useless head knowledge right? Or I might even forget all that I’ve read. 70 more words

The Only Four Things You Need To Keep Tabs On!

Now that I’ve totally revamped and organised my blog, particularly into four different categories, each day you can expect a different flavour of content under one (or maybe more) of the categories of opinions, parenting, work and lifestyle. 354 more words


Does favoritism exist when hiring in Oslo?

Yes, also in Oslo, certainly one of the homelands of meritocracy, the possibilities to find a job as soon as possible may depend on… 206 more words