Seasons change. You can smell their change in the smell of the outside air. August air smells differently from September air. September all of a sudden feels chilly, cool – its smells goes hand in hand with the rusty gust of wind that breezes through the trees and the auburn colour of the leaves in the trees outside my house. September smells of tweed jackets … Continue reading September change.
“Some people spend their whole lives learning to be honest.” Continue reading Don’t lose it.
I was walking home late on Friday evening several weeks ago when two four-legged silhouettes pouncing around the cars parked on the street caught my attention. They turned out to be foxes as I drew up closely – and I felt sorry that animals that otherwise belong in the depths of a forest were scavenging for food amidst houses, parked cars, busy streets their feet … Continue reading “The Disconnect.”
If I had a penny for every time I have been bashed because of my working style, which lies somewhere between independence and proximity, I would be rich. Organisations get to end results because of team work, but you don’t always have to work traditionally as part of a team to help them get there. Continue reading “What’s your working style?”
Don’t let what you’ve heard about me fool you. It’s only partly true. Continue reading Gossip.
Other than my own. Continue reading I am not interested in star signs.