OMG! I LOVE LONDON!!! Our London trip was by far my favorite. Not only did we go with our whole family, but we also got to spend an entire week there! 1,030 more words
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Never mind Prince and Victoria Wood: the man who said mind the gap has died.
Phil Sayer (if that really was his name), formerly a BBC regional presenter, did his pioneering voice work in the 1990s, from what I can gather (his biographical record is rather sketchy), laying down not just the classic mind the gap, which has been the comfort and salvation of millions of gormless travellers on the London Underground for decades, 246 more words
It’s once more time for my Re-discovering Harry series on Mind the Gap and this month, I’m talking about the tome that is Goblet of Fire… 23 more words
I chatted with up-and-coming band, VISTA, on Mind the Gap today – click here to read it! If you like PVRIS or Against the Current, I recommend checking them out!
Today’s post expands on the previous post to examine the current and potential burden on society associated with deteriorating mental health in ageing. Furthermore, it explores the potential gains to be made for society with investment in preventative health and effective health care for the ageing. 480 more words
Initiatives to improve the care of the elderly with dementia can either be enacted by the general populous or through government initiatives. Today’s post will explore what is involved in a national dementia plan, and the disparity that exists between developed and developing countries. 399 more words
I recently read the first volumes of two long-running comic books: Neil Gaiman’s Sandman and Bill Willingham’s Fables. Click here to see what I thought of them!