The wonder of Christmas can be ruined if you’re alone and don’t want to be — here’s how we can make a difference.
Hello there. I'm James. I'm an author and filmmaker, exploring the British Isles to find stories to tell. Here I write about fiction, travel, technology and being a human.
Easy question, isn’t it? And everyone’s seeking an easy answer.
Last time I talked about why things aren’t as bad as you think. Now, welcome to the related sequel: Things are actually better than you think.
The world seems full of hate and violence and awfulness of all hues these days. Except it’s not. Much of it’s only in our heads.
Speaking as a staunch introvert myself, here's what I've learned about what it means to be quiet in a world that loves to talk.
Last time I talked about what introverts aren't: the misconceptions that disadvantage the quieter portion of our population. Now on to what it does mean to be an introvert.
It was in the early hours of Sunday 14th October, two years ago, that I lost my father. The time following was an undiscovered country.
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