I’m sorry if you have arrived here expecting to find ways of recycling some ill-gotten gains. You will have to look elsewhere This post is about something a little more useful to most of the population: how to keep your coins clean and COVID-free with the minimum of fuss. Yes, i know about contactless payments […]
in August 2017 I wrote about three small acts of kindness that I had experienced. In each the giver did not do have to do what they did, but did so anyway, and in each case I had a better day as a results. Nice…. In this case the small act of kindness was by […]
In the summer of 2017 I was offered a three month contract as Interim Water Quality Monitoring Manager with Southern Water to help implement a new Compliance and Resilience directorate. Writes Bob Windmill Eight months later (yeah, I know) I had led the creation of an entirely new team of six monitoring scientists and a […]
In this post you will read about a device that costs low hundreds of pounds which only does he same basic job as a something costing about a third of that, but one which I still wouldn’t want to be without. So, what is this device, and what makes it worth the money?
Our lives are shaped by a variety of events, some big and some small. Big events like getting married and changing jobs can have a profound effect on our lives but sometimes its the small things that that we remember with affection. In this post I will share with you three small acts of kindness […]
The post below is about me racing motorcycles and some of my successes on my FZ750. Calling it one of “My Publications” may be stretching things just a bit, but I don’t care because: Doing it brought back happy memories of beating full 1100cc Superbikes on my little 750 It was chosen for publication by the […]
Can what you learn in your hobby help you at work? My experience says that it can, even if I did find out the hard way. In the beginning I started my career as a trainee laboratory technician with Anglian Water. At the time it seemed like a pretty dead end role, washing test tubes and […]
Looking back Sitting here today with two successful careers behind me and another in progress it’s easy to forget that life wasn’t always so rosy. In this post I will be writing about the shock of moving from the nice comfortable world of education to the rather less forgiving world at work. School – the […]