Crisp Winter Days

Categories: Day to day

Gloves & ScarfI love this time of year. When the winds chill and the days are dry.

It's an opportunity to wear scarfs without them getting wet. Heavy winter coats embrace and enclose in comfort. I appreciate the heater in my car. I appreciate the warmth produced when cycling. I like to wake all snuggled in my winter-weight duvet.

It's an opportunity to see the sunrise while on my way to work. Hot chocolate, soup, casseroles, steamed puddings, and mulled wine are all more enjoyable on these colder days.

Sure there are disadvantages, such as leaving home and arriving back in the dark, but that lets me enjoy the sunsets in different places.

What do you like about this time of year?

By Brian Logan   Mon 30-Jun-2014 Leave a comment »


Categories: Announcements

How something appears is a matter of perspective.

By Brian Logan   Sat 25-Jan-2014 Leave a comment »

My Day

Categories: News

This is how my day is looking. How's yours?

By Brian Logan   Fri 24-Jan-2014 Leave a comment »

Other Roads to Explore

Categories: Announcements

I've always enjoyed Robert Frost's poem The Road Not Taken. My career has always been the well-travelled road. I now have the opportunity to explore other paths.

One think I'm doing about it is checking out how Live Your Legend can help me.

What paths do you think I should explore? Please let me know, via twitter, facebook, or email.


By Brian Logan   Tue 07-Jan-2014 Leave a comment »

I love this time of year, before getting into the start of the New Year

Categories: Verity

I love this time of year, after Christmas and before everyone is back in the office.

Here are some of the reasons:

  1. There are several statutory holidays.
  2. The Christmas rush is over, and people are less stressed.
  3. Boxing Day sales.
  4. Many people are off work, with time to relax and catch up with friends.
  5. There is still an opportunity to get hyped for New Year's Eve, especially if you're in Scotland with Hogmannay.
  6. I like the opportunity to go into the office on the days between the statutory holidays; it's less frantic, and you can get things done with less interruption with many people away.
  7. It's a minimal number of days to take off work if you want to get away, and visit family, friends, or just other places.
  8. In NZ it's the start of summer vacations.
  9. Towns are quieter, with many people on holiday.

What do you like about this time of year?

By Brian Logan   Thu 02-Jan-2014 Leave a comment »