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DeejSpeaks is created by a teenager that likes to experiment everything aro...

 
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Thoughts on technology and other topics from a photographer and IT guru, as...

 
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semi original musings of insipid insightfulness

 


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1. We've only been out of lock down a few weeks and I'm already thinking of ways to slow down and simplify our lives. 2. This week I wore normal shoes on both feet for the first time in 8 months! It was very exciting. I only lasted a few hours, but i...

1.It was my birthday this week and I was given a voucher for Saison. I've never looked at their website before, they have so many beautiful products and unique brands.2. I've been meaning to ask this for a while now. What is with people highlighting...

1. Here in Western Australia the libraries have re-opened and I'm thrilled. I don't mind reading books online but much prefer holding a book in my hands. The boys have really missed the library too.2. Chai has only had four lessons with his tutor and...

Rather than expound on these subjects in detail, because there’s a tremendous amount that can be said, I’d like to point out a few things and let you think about them. The current demonstrations against police brutality in various countri...

1. I have a pink cactus! It's so cute.2. Parenting without any family support is so difficult. 3. The world is going so crazy that I want to buy a block and retreat.4. I was sent some blue light blocking glasses and they're amazing. Chai has been wea...

1. My gym re-opens next Saturday and I couldn't be more excited.I was so excited that I couldn't sleep Friday night because I kept on thinking about getting back to the gym.2. I sound like a gym junkie. I really am not a gym junkie. But I do like goi...

The quarantine period, while financially problematic, was a welcome respite for a world too numerous and too burdensome to bear; it was a world so caught up with itself that it practically screamed out for an intervention. Cities were cleaner and qui...