Why #Walk? Why #Move?

You know it’s a problem when Edinburgh University is looking for students for a masters degree studying the physical inactivity ‘pandemic’. We are spending more and more time ‘at work’ and ‘connected’ to our digital devices. Our view of physical activity is tied to its ease to measure and promote e.g. how much we’ve burned,…

Visiting the Aargh ory

On the plus side, I laughed so hard that my sides ached, tears streaked my cheeks, and I was completely powerless to retaliate

Weird plants and hangovers 

A week of decision-making and holiday plans. (House extension in process-chaos reigns supreme!). Sunday morning I walked it off  at Minnowburn https://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/minnowburn and was rewarded with an elegantly feathered heron, marching along the river bed in time with my steps.  They are such leggy birds and so reminiscent of Chinoiserie and Japanese art, it is…