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  1. Learning knitting as a creative practice

    I particularly like creative activities that are accessible. That means they don't require a lot of money or space to get going. Knitting is one of those activities – and it's not just for old ladies.
  2. Character and Neurosis [1994] – Claudio Naranjo, M.D.

    The non-fiction book about the integrations between psychology and the Enneagram and Claudio Naranjo is one of the best books I've ever read. It relates each Enneagram type to a specific mental disorder and Naranjo's descriptions of the 'character' of each type is uncanny.
  3. About

    I'm a creator. I'm a Community Builder. I'm also a content writer for hire.
  4. "The Winter Blues" – stay on top when the season is against you

    As a long-time sufferer of SAD, I was prompted to think of this condition as a mood disorder and wonder whether this is true. It's something that seems to get worse with the years, although maybe I'm just more aware of it as I get older.
  5. Work with me

    I'm a community advisor for creative and ethical companies. I offer freelancing services like blogging, documentation and copywriting.
  6. The Sane Society [1955] – Eric Fromm

    The Sane Society deals with the concept of mental health, and it reverses the idea that mental illness is the problem of specific individuals failing to adapt to society.
  7. Chinese New Year Lucky Cat

    Chinese New Year Lucky Cat ...
  8. Comics & Illustration

    Webcomics and illustrations I have created, usually making social commentary but now moving more into expressing my personal experiences.
  9. My Reading List

    I read – A LOT. I record the books I'm reading here with a summary and analysis of what I think of them as a recommendation to others.
  10. Genesis – 2008

    This is my interpretation of John Milton's Paradise Lost poem that I wrote for GSCE English Literature & Language.