Welcome to my blog!
I am a 40 something father of two, who is traveling the world with my family from one work assignment to the next. I am a keen photographer and observer of my surroundings. I am continuously pushing myself to learn new skills and deepen my understanding of the world. I have a constant thirst for knowledge and personal improvement. As well as writing this blog I am a writer on the website I Am a Triangle:
I truly believe that I will be “Learning Till I Die”
I have created a new page following a trip to Cambodia – where I was a chaperone of a group of students from an international school in Tokyo. This new page holds links to posts on this experience.
I have a “sister” website to this one that showcases my developing skill as a photographer. The Link to this site is:
I started this blog to give myself a place to publish the results of my investigations and thoughts. My mind is continually making new links between the information that I gather – sometimes while I am writing a new post.
My posts are as diverse as I am.
Dyslexia is a strong part of my identify. Dyslexia has made me strong and unique.
First and foremost I want my posts to be fun. They will be little windows into my soul. I hope you will find them educational, and maybe even thought provoking or inspiring from time to time.
You should find something of interest each time you stop by.
Life is a journey and we should always be a work in progress.
Join me on my expat journey: This Expat Life
I will always be a work in progress: My Journey through Personal Development
Develop your own creativity in whatever form that takes: Creativity Posts
We all have our favourites: Here are mine
If you don’t know where to start then why not just spend some time browsing:
- click on Blog – Full Post Content to get a simple list of all my posts
(shows the full content of each post)
- click on Blog – Post Excerpts Only to get the same list
(shows only excerpts of each post)
I will add more sections to my blog over the coming weeks, as time allows.
Please note that all images on this blog are taken from Pixabay unless otherwise stated. I retain the copyright to all of my own images that I use.