Posts tagged with ‘The Hobson’

  • Peace be Upon You

    By Sandy Burgham My mother used to instruct me not to take life too seriously, to be really present...

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  • What do I know?

    by Sandy Burgham                           I live in...

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  • Give Her a Break

    By Sandy Burgham   Like most-mid lifers I swing from thinking I should live like there’s no tomorrow, to...

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  • The Best Christmas List, Ever

    by Sandy Burgham For this issue I really wanted to write about my favourite subject, feminism after 50. But...

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  • Rebranding Ageing

    by Sandy Burgham I recently came face to face with my own mortality, and so, my age. With a...

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  • A Call to Action

    by Sandy Burgham I have always been loathe to call myself a life coach as it sounds lightweight and...

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  • Adventures with my Father

    by Sandy Burgham Every year my Dad, now 90 years old, books several tickets to the NZ International Film...

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  • Grey Matter

    By Sandy Burgham My friend told me recently that she was going grey. The poor thing. It must be...

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  • Present Company

    By Sandy Burgham My nearest and dearest have been under strict instructions not to buy me “things” for birthday...

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  • My Daughter, Raised

    By Sandy Burgham So, she’s got to 21, pierced but not deflated, sprinkled with tattoos but ironically anti-brand, penniless...

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