October – and now most of November – has been and gone and we roll on towards the end of another year. I have managed to keep up my weekly posts to Stops and Stories and my photo of the week from GBG365 posted on My Gothenburg Days’ Facebook page, but other projects have been […]
Outside it’s all autumn colours now. Assiduous followers of my various blogs (I know there are a couple) will have noticed that I am having difficulties keeping the front page of the main site updated. (The main site is TheSupercargo.com – where you are now if you’re reading this.) Sadly despite all my efforts to […]
The move back to Brussels from Gothenburg which took place at the end of August was very much like a move from summer to autumn. The days down here in Europe are noticeably and increasingly shorter, the temperature is cooler and there’s more rain in the air. Now, to be sure, we had remarkably good […]
I’ve put off writing this July’s blog entry because I was hoping I would be able to do so at the same time as I launched the new look for the main website. Sadly I’m not there yet. The new theme is chosen and I’m getting closer to being able to publish it, but there […]
I’m very satisfied with my productivity in May – especially the last couple of weeks. My motivation is back and I am writing again. Over the last 13 or 14 months I have published almost weekly a blog entry At the Quill – my blog about writing, reading and self publication – for Blogg52, a […]
It might be May but I’m going to tell you a bit about my doings in April too as I managed to leapfrog over the month from March. I also wish to draw your attntion to the fact that this blog entry is going up on 1st May (just narrowly). Stand you not aghast? (I […]
Settling into life in Brussels hasn’t been easy. Few things work the way you expect (bureaucracy). Some things you take for granted are bust (oh the tears shed over our water supply) or just awkward (light fittings, curtains). And some things don’t work full stop. Other expats say “Welcome to Belgium!”
Update to the website briefly describing my relocation to Brussels and demonstrating my good intentions to update on a monthly basis through the coming year.
This website has been quiet for some time, but earlier in the year I decided I would reconfigure my various sites and keep this as a mostly static home base.
Whenever he hit a writer’s block, Charles Dickens would design an new Inspirational Poster for his study. After a time he had quite a collection.