I need YOUR help!!
Leading an active lifestyle has loads of great benefits. If you are someone who goes out and lives life to the fullest, you’ll no doubt get lots of exercise and fresh air. You probably have quite an active social circle, as filling your life with activities puts you into contact with all manner of interesting people. Keeping active does wonders for your mental health, too, with a direct reduction in stress through regular exercise.
But what happens when you can’t do this anymore? Having a sporting injury can leave you feeling demoralised, useless, and disconnected. Avoiding hitting a low point can be hard work, and there are a few things that you can do to prevent this from happening.
I’ve just changed the theme of my page for the third or forth time in a month. A productive waste of time! Each time I have changed the theme, I have thought ‘I should write some blog’, but I never have anything to say! So, I’ll just change the theme on the blog that no […]
*I do not own the copyright for any of these images. Images taken from Google Image Search.
I am currently half way through the first draft of ‘Three Miles to the Horizon’. Throughout the play, time and space seem to be big themes. Sharon, my wife, suggested today that I could maybe do some visual research (normally my research tends to involve lots of reading, googling, film and documentary watching, music listening […]
I am aware of two plays which are loosely based on Donald Crowhurst, several songs and a poem. One play, Jet Lag, combines the story of Crowhurst with the story of a mother who has to repeatedly fly from the USA to Amsterdam with her son because of a custody battle with the child’s father. After 160 trips in the space […]
‘Listen to the silence, let it ring on. Eyes, dark grey lenses frightened of the sun. We would have a fine time living in the night, Left to blind destruction, Waiting for our sight.’ (Joy Division- Transmission) Recently I have been re-watching and reading a lot about the Ian Curtis Biopic Control (2007 dir. Anton […]