Acts of Radical Self-Care

Ah, Gentle Readers. Welcome back. 2022 looks a bit grim, doesn't it? January has flown past, and despite having had several post ideas, all of them are currently languishing in Drafts. My apologies. But also not my apologies - I challenge you to find a single person who produced something funny or inspiring during a … Continue reading Acts of Radical Self-Care

Friday? Fri-yay!

The most exciting news of this week is that the incidents of new coronavirus cases in the UK has been falling, steadily, for the last two weeks. This is brilliant news, as, despite everyone's worst fears, it does look like the lockdown worked and the social distancing slowed infection rates. Hurray for lying on the … Continue reading Friday? Fri-yay!

Why doing the right thing and doing the moral thing sometimes aren’t the same thing

-or- Why J.S. Mill and his utilitarianism had a point The bank holiday weekend was lovely, thank you. It was warm and sunny, and I finished knitting all the pieces of YoungerBro's jumper (VERY EXCITING). It was also dominated by news that one person had behaved selfishly, arrogantly and with blatent disregard for the recent … Continue reading Why doing the right thing and doing the moral thing sometimes aren’t the same thing