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Word of the Week – Snudge

My Word of the Week is a bit random, what you might call coming in from left of field. It is a word I stumbled upon when I was looking up something quite different in the dictionary and it really appealed to me. On the surface, it seems that the two ways to use this… Continue reading Word of the Week – Snudge

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Word of the Week – Loquacious

This is my word of the week; it's plain and simple; it doesn't have multiple applications; there is no need for interpretation; it just means what it means; you don't have to write for ages to describe how and where to use it. There is one simple reason to explain why I came up with… Continue reading Word of the Week – Loquacious

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Word of the Week – Imagine

If all goes to plan, my posts this week will tend to hang together with a theme of imagination, so "imagine" is the very best word to start off with. I am a big fan of imagination; I think it's very important to us as human beings. However, as we can see from the dictionary… Continue reading Word of the Week – Imagine

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Word of the week – Cultivate

This Bank Holiday Monday morning I have been devoting attention to my typewriter. I've used it a bit since I bought it at the end of December 2018 but when I watched a short clip on Instagram of TypewriterTraveler using one of his many typewriters, I knew I could be doing better with it. So… Continue reading Word of the week – Cultivate

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Word of the Week – Noctuary

  Noctuary ¬†(noun) A record of the events, or one's thoughts, during the night. (From the Latin "nox, noctis" meaning night; on the analogy of "diary") Here's a word for anyone to use if they wake in the night and have to write down something that has just struck them. For anyone who writes down… Continue reading Word of the Week – Noctuary

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Word of the Week – Persevere

Here in Norfolk, as in a lot of the United Kingdom, last week was chilly and wet and decidedly un-spring-like. In tandem with the blossom on the trees, and the seedlings in the ground, we humans had to practice perseverance to get us through to the brighter weather and slightly higher temperatures that we are… Continue reading Word of the Week – Persevere

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Word of the Week – Accommodate

There are a lot of things in the world that we can achieve if we put in the required amount and appropriate type of effort. Many of us can very probably accumulate money, live in relative luxury, find love, raise children to become valuable members of society, achieve power, pursue our dreams, travel, what have… Continue reading Word of the Week – Accommodate

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Word of the Week – Defragmentation

This isn't the Word of the Week that I was going to publish today, however it is the Word of the Week that I need. For the past couple of weeks I feel like I have accomplished little and have been alternating between two states:- Flapping around trying to do lots of different things in… Continue reading Word of the Week – Defragmentation

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Word of the Week – Renaissance

I think we all need a little renaissance every now and again; we could, in fact, think of each Monday morning as a time for rebirth, the Spring-time of the week. I know that in reality rebirth¬†is far from all of our minds as the working week looms over us and all I am saying… Continue reading Word of the Week – Renaissance

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Word of the Week – Explore

I have alighted on "Explore" as a word of the week because it seems like a good aim no matter what interpretation you choose. Explore covers a whole host of activities, from actual physical travel to internal probing of your own psyche and pretty much anything in between. In fact, everything we do as human… Continue reading Word of the Week – Explore