Tag: the Internet

  • Go Up

    Go Up

    I’m quite excited this morning. A Kickstarter which I backed nearly two years ago will arrive (according to UPS) on Friday. This piece of equipment delivers the end to a story which began on my birthday in 2018. No, really, the date on the video below is October 23rd, 2018. It is a story about […]

  • Fire Escape

    Fire Escape

    Really looking forward to seeing other people again. — 🌗 Sarah Reeson 🌕 Precarious Epithet 🌓 (@MoveablePress) March 28, 2020 I never used to be that social, but in the last three years a Saturday Gym visit has become hugely beneficial. Even if I never talked to anyone, feeling part of a productive whole had […]

  • Sweet Disposition

    Sweet Disposition

    All the scheduled stuff will happen tomorrow. I spent an hour after exercise class tonight using my mental health training. This is what I'm here for. This is the world, being made better. <3 — 🌳 Sarah Reeson 🍀 Exposed Frailties 🌳 (@MoveablePress) February 18, 2020 Yesterday was… the word I want to use is […]

  • You Wear It Well

    You Wear It Well

    We present as part of Time To Talk’s national day of discussion about mental health (Feb 7th) a week’s worth of posts about how this 52 year old finally made a difference and started listening to herself and others, before determining to improve life for the better… These views are mine alone, and absolutely 100% do not […]

  • Moonlight Serenade

    Moonlight Serenade

    What matters more to you, at any moment in time? Is everything a drive to gain interest in your personal projects? Are you desperate to feel a part of something bigger than yourself? Sorry for all these questions so early in the day, but perhaps it is time to try and engage the people around […]

  • Lies

    Lies

    With the virtual world awash with fake news and unconfirmed rumour, navigating the Internet’s never been more fraught. How can we tell what’s real and what isn’t? In most cases, I use more than one ‘impartial’ news sources for a confirmation on big stories: Reuters, the Associated Press and the BBC News sites may not […]

  • Why

    Why

    This month, we’re doing stuff differently. I’ve been blogging in various forms for nearly a decade. Just writing that down sends a shiver through the soul: ten years. I’ve been out here for all that time and still, most days, my family doesn’t have a clue what I’m talking about. The number of people who enquire […]

  • Reality Bites

    Reality Bites

    Yesterday was one of those moments on Social media where it became apparent that my version of Reality quite seriously deviates from a lot of others. It was also a salient reminder that what gets published is never the full picture. Social media is a small window into someone's life AND is primarily used to […]

  • Strange Days

    Strange Days

    About once a week I think, perhaps a bit less, someone who I know is fairly prolific on Social media will vanish. If they’re a sensible type, there’ll often be a précis to this along the lines of ‘I need to take a break.’ It is becoming the norm, rather than an exception, and denotes that […]

  • Freedom 90

    Freedom 90

    On Saturday, it became apparent that one of my vanity e-mail addresses had stopped working. There may have been some quite important email that has vanished, but I will never really know the cost, and it is far too late to worry. What this prompted was a long, hard look at what happens to my […]