Photo by Du01b0u01a1ng Nhu00e2n on Pexels.com I’m not a ‘professional’ astrologer, whatever that means. My approach is more intuitive (ie: all over the place), but I’ve been using astrology as a psychological tool to understand myself and other people for years, and if I’m still doing it, there must be a reason! Please read with… Continue reading Pie in the sky … a glance at an astrological chart
(I've got loads of posts to post but am being held up by life. Please be patient!). I took my first master's exam today: Political Systems (and cultural pluralism). I had already sat that uniquely Italian invention, the 'parziale' (partial), an exam which takes some of the weight off the final, and in this case… Continue reading Mediterraneanisms
Thanks Harry! In 2020, I had a few trips planned, all of which were Booked. I was due to visit Greece for a conference; Portugal and Spain with my Former Beau; and a trip to see my Bro. In our post covid world, travelling became a) impossible, then simply undesirable. For me. So actually travelling… Continue reading Travelling? Moi??
I just got back inside. My right arm has been bothering me for a while and I thought that maybe, lying down in the garden might dampen the pain down. It was better but a harsh gust of wind blew the umbrella down and careful as I was, righting it just made it flare up.… Continue reading Tangled up
The question itself shows that, ultimately, we are the ones to inject meaning in our lives. That can be amazingly liberating, because - generally speaking - we can afford to discover what is meaningful to us - having a good job; helping others; having that second cup of coffee; competing, winning, painting, smiling, spending time… Continue reading What makes life more meaningful?