Friday, 12 December 2014

Working from home

Not for the first time, my principal celebration this week is that I work from home. Yes, I go out and about with my yoga teaching, but my writing and editorial work is done from the comfort of a room overlooking my garden. Yesterday, however, I ventured out to teach some office-workers a few meditation techniques and restorative yoga stretches. They were a lovely bunch of people and I enjoyed my time with them, but it meant I was driving across town as all the businesses were chucking out their workforces. Nightmare!

I went to see The Who on Sunday. Yes, they're still going (well, two of 'em). They had Zack Starkey on drums, aka Ringo's boy, and he was amazing. It was a great evening. The venue was the former NIA in Birmingham, what we must now call the Barclaycard Arena. It's been done up and is very swish and shiny. Still took us 40 minutes to get out of the car park though. Mustn't grumble.

Have a great weekend, folks.
'Celebrate the small things' is a bloghop instigated by VikLit on her blog Scribblings of an Aspiring Author and co-hosted by Diana Wilder, LG Keltner @ Writing Off the Edge, Cyborg Mom (Katie) and CaffeMaggieato @ mscoffeehouse. Details are here.  


  1. Nothing beats working from home in my book. We are really lucky to be able to do it.

    1. My son works from home, too (his, not mine). We often share a smug text when it's pouring with rain and we don't have to go out.

  2. Working from home can be a wonderful thing! I hope you're having a good weekend!

  3. Working at home is better than anything!
    I love The Who - last saw them 2003! Lucky you!!

  4. Both my husband and I love working from home - though he's upstairs and I'm downstairs! Glad you enjoyed The Who.