Tax Time: or why I’m giving up stories of scarcity

The last weekend in January is tax time in the UK.  At least it’s tax time if you’re a procrastinator, like me.  Today is pretty much the last day you can file your taxes in the UK without incurring a late fine.  So today was the day I sat down to sort my finances out.Continue reading “Tax Time: or why I’m giving up stories of scarcity”

Friday Findings: dressing your inner child

On my bookshelf:  Enough: Breaking free from the world of more, by John Naish. Do you have any stories you want to let go of? If you haven’t yet purchased a diary for 2014, you might consider Earth Pathways’ inspiring collection of artwork, poetry and prose aimed at people committed to working towards healing the earth. DressContinue reading “Friday Findings: dressing your inner child”

Being 11th is Good Enough

The story of not being enough runs through our society, from individuals up through the organisations we create then back down onto people again in a perpetually reinforcing circle. The organisation I am embedded in right now is the University of Edinburgh. This university came 11th in the Times Higher Learning World University Rankings 2012-2013Continue reading “Being 11th is Good Enough”