Fourteen Precious Minutes

After the extensive spring homeschooling and then summer holidays, we're now a couple of weeks back into a school routine, albeit a slightly altered one. It's got me thinking again about how and what to prioritise, and how we tend to see time differently, depending on what we're doing with it. Money can have a… Continue reading Fourteen Precious Minutes

The Balance Of Conversation

Recently I talked about the new routines we're trying to find, with the kids back to school for the first time in some five months, my wife returning to work, and me on an ever evolving part-office part-home work schedule. Another factor is finding new rhythms to write for 35hunter. It's early days, and I… Continue reading The Balance Of Conversation

Routine Reconstruction

Whilst I've been very fortunate to have not been significantly affected in most ways by the pandemic and lockdown, I've come to realise that some of my regular routines have shifted, and made it more difficult to keep things flowing. Photography to some extent, and writing, to a greater extent, are my main activities, outside… Continue reading Routine Reconstruction

Blogging From Hand To Mouth

For a large part of last year I experimented with publishing a new blog post here on 35hunter every 36 hours.  It didn't result in a dramatic growth of readership or comments, and whilst I didn't have a shortage of ideas, and found my groove with posting this frequently, I decided to ease off a… Continue reading Blogging From Hand To Mouth

Photography And Its Fellow Pillars Of Health And Wellness

We spoke recently about how photography encourages me to walk in the woods more, an act which always brings me great benefits. Photography is invaluable as a tool for maintaining good health and wellness, but of course it's not the only one. This led me to think about some of the other fundamental pillars I've… Continue reading Photography And Its Fellow Pillars Of Health And Wellness