How to find that elusive inspiration

This week I’ve joined a couple of groups which I’m finding not just inspiring but encouraging and thought provoking. My efforts with reducing plastic usage and generally looking at changing our diet to a more plant based one generated lots of positive comments and messages (and fabulous ideas too!) but in all honesty I feel…

From net bags to netted hedgerows

Obviously stuff has been going on for a while and it’s failed to reach my radar. Now I feel as if I am assailed on all sides by the very real threat us humans are to the planet.  How did I not take notice of this before?  I feel really bad. What is so interesting…

Plastic Dilemma

Yesterday turned out to be a bit of a cathartic sort of day for me.  And all because of some net bags. I’d decided that it was high time I ‘did my bit’ and tried a bit harder to not buy food encased in plastic.  So I jumped onto my Amazon account and ordered some…

Stretching the ‘little grey cells’…

… to borrow that well known fictional detectives insightful phrase.  What, I have been pondering, does that actually mean? Is it working through in your mind something you already know but taking a look at it from a different perspective? Or maybe taking a subject you know little or even nothing about and making a…

Flagship moments

I’m not sure that you know what a flagship moment is when it is happening but yesterday I looked back and remembered one of mine. Launching Decade7 is great for making me think. Yesterday – 18th October was my daughter’s birthday. We all like to commemorate our birthdays but yesterday I took time to think…

Let’s Get This Show on the Road!!!

It’s easy to have an idea but actually fitting in doing something about it around stuff you need to do every day is proving more difficult than I thought. But I do know from experience that if you want to do something you just have to work out how to.  So whilst I’ve been working…

The Journey Begins

Thanks for joining me! Good company in a journey makes the way seem shorter. — Izaak Walton