Making plans for 2020, lots and lots to think about.
This is important! Being a responsible digital citizen means using technology appropriately and operating online safely and knowledgeably.
The concept of digital citizenship is becoming more and more recognised as people communicate, shop, and share information online. Because of this, there’s more need than ever to practice responsible habits.
Understanding and operating according to the concept of responsible digital citizenship helps you respect, educate, and protect yourself in others online.
Fifty one today. I have Walnut Whips, Turkish Delight and a new book.
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The world is still a weird place, despite my efforts to make clear and perfect sense of it!
– Hunter S. Thompson
So, I published Tom’s new website. Still, some work to do, but I am quite pleased with how it turned out.
Much of today will be spent job hunting and looking for ways to stretch our finances, which is easier said than done!
Zen and the art of cleaning, from a post spotted on a blog – What Japan can teach us about cleanliness.
The last week or so has been stressful. Moving home is never easy, especially when you have too much stuff! Now that the bulk of our things are in one place, we can speed up the process of decluttering our belongings. Wish me luck.
“Writing a book is mostly just a case of trying to outrun your own dying enthusiasm for a project!”
– Overheard on talk radio