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Fortitude – Against All Odds

To have courage in the face of adversity is one of the most admirable of personality traits, setting one aside from the rest, there are plenty of examples in these current times and its fair to say that without fortitude one can really struggle. For some it is difficult to be courageous in these turbulent …

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A Super-Fan In The Making

Teegan was excited, she was off to see her favourite singer songwriter, the posters adorned her walls as did the bed covers. She idolised their very existence often ignoring real life friends for imaginary conversations she would have in the future with them. Tonight she had saved up and bought the super-fan package which included …

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Spit into the Wind

Spitting into the wind is undesirable in so many ways but mainly because of the inference it will come straight back to you. So why would you want to do such a thing? Well it could be by accident but its normally because of sheer lack of awareness of one’s surroundings, another apt phrase would …

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Craft Paper – A Blank Page

A blank page is scary to most adults, children simply embrace it, its a starting place to build their creation, whereas adults see it as a challenge to plan the whole thing from top to bottom. Children inherently don’t plan largely because they haven’t learnt that yet, they know roughly what they will do but …

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12 Forty-Eight – Lunch Time?

Food is such a contentious subject at the moment it seems flippant to be discussing favourite foods when people are struggling to stock their cupboards and fridges, cue an avalanche of suggested ‘pantry’ recipes. I am wan to try and wade in on this given my strange relationship with food, I used to eat to …

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