Confessions Of A Reader: How Mills And Boon Corrupted Me

I am a reader – always have been – one of my first memories is about learning to read (great story for another time). Being a reader makes me look smart and I like that – I am smart – I’ll admit it and I take great pride in it. Growing up, I’ve always been the smart one – even when I wanted to be … Continue reading Confessions Of A Reader: How Mills And Boon Corrupted Me

How I Nearly Lost My Love Of Writing Poetry

I love reading and writing just seemed to be a natural extension of that. As a student of literature I’ve had numerous experiences with great writings, brilliant professors and excellent English Literature courses.¬†Unfortunately, by the time I completed my bachelor’s degree in Literatures in English I could no longer write – anything. All that was left to me was writing in my diary. The main … Continue reading How I Nearly Lost My Love Of Writing Poetry

Decisions – Take A Risk Or Play It Safe?

Decisions, decisions … we cannot avoid them. As we go through life, eventually we all make bad ones. Ones we deeply regret but have no hope of correcting. As they say, when you make your bed you have to lay in it. That’s the worst part; living with the consequences of our actions. Consequences, so severe that we become petrified of repeating our mistakes and … Continue reading Decisions – Take A Risk Or Play It Safe?

Statistics: The Math That Isn’t Math But Is Really Math

Doing a master’s degree is great and I love learning new things. Maybe because I retain knowledge relatively easily. However, statistics has been the most difficult subject I have ever encountered – since high school. Hell, I thought I had eliminated all Math based subjects when I left the juvenile nightmare that my high school career. I am artistically inclined, always have been. My bachelor’s … Continue reading Statistics: The Math That Isn’t Math But Is Really Math