Sharp focus.

Sometimes we lose sight of what’s important. It’s that age old chestnut about “not being able to see the wood for the trees…” I know that there are times (usually on days that end in a y) when I get so fixated on achieving that my *to-do* list turns into something akin a conveyor belt. … Continue reading Sharp focus.

Letting go.

Disappointment doesn’t feel good does it? The day after this year’s London Marathon I entered the ballot for next year. The results were due to be mailed out at the beginning of October, and I’ve been waiting to hear news for nearly ten days now on whether I’m in or I’m out. Every night I’d … Continue reading Letting go.