And before we realised it, it’s THAT time of year again. The questions come from text, social media and phone calls ‘What do you want for Christmas?’ From our point of view I think Mr Wheel Chic Home would like a new set of legs please. And a brain clear of Multiple Sclerosis. But as […]
The Lava Lamp was invented in the 1960s when The Flower Children were experimenting and becoming quite good with artificial mind-altering substances and needed something other than each other to look at while uttering in euphoric trances such thought-provoking, deeply philosophical revelations such as: ‘Wow, man!’ ‘Oh cool!’ ‘Check this out, man.’ ‘Heeeey… Diiid yooou […]
In 2004, 24-year-old Philip Quinn from Kent, Washington was killed by a lava lamp on a kitchen stove. Heat from the stove built up pressure in the lamp until it exploded and a shard of glass pierced his heart, causing fatal injuries. Quinn was found dead in his home Wikipedia
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The best way to take maths notes (featuring my notes), how to make effective revision notes, and how to keep everything organised.
The 60s was a ragbag of styles pulled from the past that hadn’t seen the light of day for some time. In the grey, gloomy, post-war 50s people were chucking out what became iconic collectable items, old gramophones, antique telephones, military uniforms. The union jack was everywhere. The decade was driven by youth culture, caused by large numbers of young people in London generated from the baby boom of the 50s.
(Lots of pictures of) a week living in Scotland + nerd stuff! Hey there and welcome back to my blog! Intro. Earlier in August I travelled along my family to Scotland on a very unsual trip, yet amazing trip! My dad was playing golf there for a week, and the rest of us joined him. […]
The popularity of retro interior design and ‘70s style furniture is skyrocketing, with Pinterest reporting this new found love for all things retro as the fastest-growing UK trend of last year. And the craze keeps getting stronger as we speak!
Colourful and bold, retro interiors are flooding our social media feeds, rejecting minimalism of the previous seasons and offering a bright and funky perspective instead.
But what is retro style and how to make the most of it in your home?
A list of lifestyle related things I have learned this year, some of which have had a significant -positive- impact on my life.
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(The following was used as the basis for a talk in June 2018 – the resources mentioned on a handout are given below!) Human trafficking is a pretty overwhelming issue. It’s one that I’ve found paralysing in scale and intensity. But the focus of our event this morning is ‘What Can I Do?’ – ‘Can […]
Some things I read and liked this year. I enjoy reading a lot. On this page you will find a list of (non-fiction) books I have read and find interesting. They fall into two main categories: science/maths and study/self help or similar. A little summary and a link to Amazon* are included as well. The […]