Monthnotes

Monthnotes – August 2021

Today’s my first day back at work after a couple of weeks off, so August feels like it has been a month of two very … Read More

Monthnotes – July 2021

Evening bike ride, Bramling Road, near Wingham, Kent

July feels like it’s been a long month. A lot of ground covered both mentally and physically seems to have taken its toll a bit … Read More

Monthnotes – June 2021

Evening cycling, Bramling Road, near Bridge, Kent

Earlier this month I joined my first session of a monthly networking group for people worldwide who are working in progressive organisational design. Organised by … Read More

Monthnotes – May 2021

A personal pandemic milestone from early May.

As well as being my 18th wedding anniversary, apparently today’s the hottest day of the year so far in our part of the UK. The … Read More

Monthnotes – April 2021

Sunrise over Middle Pett Farm, Bridge - 13th April 2021

It’s interesting that the past month for me has been quite focussed on thinking about the future. Maybe it’s the start of the financial year … Read More

Monthnotes – March 2021

Sunrise over Bishopsbourne, March 2021

Last month I wrote about a sense of change and March feels like it has continued in the same vein. The continuing success of the … Read More

Monthnotes – February 2021

Snowy lockdown walks - February 2021

February might have been a short month, but it feels like a month where change has been a strong theme in many ways, both at … Read More

Monthnotes – January 2021

Replacing a 35 year old domestic burglar alarm at home.

It’s a wet and windy Sunday evening in Kent as I look back over the past month at work and at home. The first working … Read More

Monthnotes – December 2020

I’ve started and re-started this post several times over the past few days. Taking some time off work since 23rd December has given me a … Read More

Monthnotes – November 2020

Walking the dogs at sunrise earlier this month.

The cyclical nature of lockdown life seems to give days and weeks a strange timelessness. Hours, days, weeks and months feel like they’re whizzing by … Read More