Monthly Archives: March 2013

8 Days

Some of you will be aware that I am a practising Jew. Monday evening marks the begining of the 8 day festival of Pesach (Passover).  In a nut shell it means plenty of spring cleaning and much introspection on the … Continue reading

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In the Grip

I find it difficult to recognise when I’m feeling stressed out, and this can lead to all sorts of problems, as you can imagine.  Irritability, the inability to concentrate, my mind going into overdrive.  A whole host of troublesome feelings … Continue reading

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‘How are you feeling?’

Those of you who read these musings on my life with mental health problems, will know all too well the analogies I make between aggressive car drivers and cyclists.  They push us up against the kerb, overtake at narrow points in the … Continue reading

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Atypical

One of the things I love about cycling is the infinite variety of my fellow wheelers. There are the seasonal cyclists who only come out in the good weather, their bikes having spent the cold months locked up outside somewhere. … Continue reading

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