Monthly Archives: June 2016

Wealth in Writing?

In a rare ‘flow of creativity’, I find myself considering Career Plan B. Soon to be famous winner of international writing competition. Successful novelist. Astounding travel journalist. Stunning short story contributor to women’s magazines. Guest speaker with the biggest tent … Continue reading

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Grammar versus Creativity

  Do (or is it ‘does’?) spelling, punctuation and grammar (SPaG) destroy creativity? This debate is rarely far from the agenda in a typical primary school staff room. It’s an interesting question, which never sits easy with me, as I … Continue reading

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Positive Ageing

  Growing older gets a lot of bad press. Body parts drop, brain cells evaporate, bones crumble and pension pots shrink. The worst thing? It happens to us all (if we’re lucky – never forget that old age is a … Continue reading

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