October Sundries

Sundries from the Gentleman's Wardrobe

October flew by quickly, leaving nothing but foggy skies and an extra hour of sleep in its wake. Even so, it's been a month of many lessons - some productive, a few harsh, all hard-earned. It's been a bit of a heavy month, and the sundries are too.

September Sundries

From a gentleman's wardrobe

Lately, I'm all about organisation (Exhibit A: increased activity on Pinterest). This is probably a good thing considering the massive amount of research I'll be delving into during my doctorate studies. But what do you do with those odd little thoughts; triggered by a sight, a

Architecture of a Balanced Life

The title of writer Rumer Godden's autobiography A House with Four Rooms was taken from an Indian adage that says, "Everyone is a house with four rooms, a physical, a mental, an emotional, and a spiritual. Most of us tend to live in one room most of the time, but unless we

Rock, Paper, Scissors . . .

… BUILDINGS, PLANNERS, YARN. How do you decide the subject of a blog? Should you write about your work, your lifestyle, your hobbies? I've been plagued by this question for weeks, ever since I decided to revitalise Museum of the Muse. When I first started writing, this