Author archive for Sandy

  • Attitude Wins

    I may be Pollyanna searching for silver linings in a Covid cloud but I am noticing reinventions by default....

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  • Island Time

    I feel a reinvention coming on. It’s been coming on for some time now but I’ve been ignoring it...

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  • Learning to Play Again

    Once upon a time, around 40 years ago, twelve young lads, teenagers most of them, entered an art or...

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  • So, What do You Do?

    There’s one question that I ask people, particularly working parents in their 30s and 40s, that often has an...

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  • OK Boomers, Let’s do It

    by Sandy Burgham In January I wrote a post encouraging you to choose a word for the year, a...

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  • The Best Word For It

    Around the time this edition is published, most readers will have surrendered to the bacchanalian overindulgence that marks the...

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  • My Perfectly Imperfect Christmas

    When the kids were young, and my husband and I wanted to role-model being charitable and Christmassy, we would reserve...

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  • Working on Ourselves

    By Sandy Burgham Over my last few columns, I have pondered the question of second act career fulfilment, and...

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  • Telling Ourselves Stories

    By Sandy Burgham We all like a good story, it’s hardwired into us. Professor Yuval Noah Harari suggests in...

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  • The Long Game

    By Sandy Burgham My husband and I are going through a good patch in our marriage. Today he spent...

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