We can dream BIG again thanks to SpaceX’s successful Falcon Heavy test. There is hope for a better, more exciting and most importantly, tangible future. Continue reading Leaving Earth
This blog post is inspired by wondering an abandoned bus station in the city centre of my hometown. Continue reading An abandoned bus station in Stoke-on-Trent (friendly Brexit warning)
I decided to start learning to draw. Bit random? Not entirely, Continue reading Learning to draw and sketch: Seeing the world
I’ve spent the better half of the last week in industry setting up equipment to manufacture helical tubes for my PhD work. I sourced the equipment myself, and ordered it through the University around 6-7 months ago. It’s only now that I’ve been able to set it all up. Let’s just say, mistakes were made. Continue reading Mistakes were made.
I started listening to Alan Watts, a British philosopher 1915-73 – check this video out first to see if the rest of this post will interest you – and amongst being more mindful, slowing down and being at peace, I’ve been interested like many others in the big thoughts and questions of life. What is it? What is consciousness? What happens when we die? What are we doing? Continue reading The Big Questions
The past Christmas holiday was a new experience. I stayed far away from my University emails. I stayed away from social media. I slowed life down and forced myself to embrace and enjoy doing, NOTHING – I made it a habit. Continue reading An(other) Existential Crisis