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Giveaway

It’s about time that I did a giveaway. Before that though, some shameless self-promotion. You may know that I co-host a podcast, 1857 [https://www.1857.co.uk]. I have started appearing in another. Shelflifesitcom [https://www.shelflifesit.com/] The following excerpt was written by Harry Marks, producer, director,

Meditation

My meditation begins, “Welcome to the Daily Calm…” The soothing voice comes from my iPhone. Usually, just after lunch. Full of food, I descend to my office, turn off podcasts and music and sit in my easy chair. Tamara Levitt [https://www.tamaralevitt.com] utters the words and guides me

Living the Dream - 64. Camino IV Part II

Camino IV Part II is brought to you by the magic of the internet. This post, and every post this week, has published while I am walking in Northern Spain. Last Walking Day Today, Friday, is our last walking day on this trip. If everything has gone to plan, then

Living the Dream - 63. Camino IV

Camino IV begins the day after this post publishes. I’m off to Northern Spain again. Route Over six days, I will walk 109.5 miles (176.2 Km). This is Camino IV of V, and next year we have 83 miles left of the 500 mile pilgrimage that we

Golfing Gods

Regular readers know that I play golf [https://stuartlennon.com/living-the-dream-17-whats-the-hurry/]. Living here, it’s a great excuse to be out in the sun, breathing fresh air and burning some calories. Of late, I have not been striking the ball well, nor putting well. The strongest part of my game

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Half past seven in the evening already? Where does the time go? Time to curl up with a good book.

Living the Dream - 14. On Camino

The Camino de Santiago. This post will, through the magic of wordpress, go live as I am finishing up a thirty two kilometre walk from Sahagún to Religeos. If you want to know more about the Camino, and why I’m walking it, click the ‘Camino’ category on the page

Hang on a minute lads, I've got a great idea...

So ends ‘The Italian Job’ [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Italian_Job], the iconic 1969 movie starring Michael Caine, as the cast hang precariously over an alpine precipice. We never learn the nature of the idea, or whether it works. [https://i1.wp.com/stuartlennon.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/
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