The Monday Retrospect (Special Edition)

What is ‘The Monday Retrospect’?

This is a weekly collection of things that have caught my attention and imagination over the last week.  It is a chance to put into words what I have been doing, thoughts I have been processing, things that are happening.  It’s a bit of a mind dump really.

  • You may notice it’s not actually a Monday.  If so, you are a shrewd individual and deserve to be congratulated.
  • I didn’t post, as normal on Monday because the last few days have been a bit of blur as I have been writing, collating, reading and drinking coffee in order to hand in my final two essays of my Master’s program.  It’s been all systems go in.
  • Anyone else loving all the bank holidays recently?
  • The summer is in full swing.  I fly to Canada in one week and I still have no idea where I’ll be staying for the next month.
  • Life itself is a quotation. – Jorge Luis
  • Yes or No?
  • I’ve still got some books available for sale on Amazon.  They’ll likely only be available for another week or so.  Click to go to my shop.
  • Let’s connect on Facebook, Twitter, or Academia.edu.  Or, all of them.
  • You get a lot more for your money in Belfast than your do in Birmingham in terms of real estate.
  • Spotify is finally changing the availability of their free music.  I’ve been expecting this for a long time but it doesn’t make the news any more palatable.
  • I think I’d like to launch a little side-hustle in September…been working on some ideas for a few months…

That’s it for today.  What’s going on in your life?

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