22nd March 2015

Those ‘white roads’ on Google

In the UK – and most probably elsewhere in the world – the slightly more ‘minor’ roads are white on Google. The wider the white, the […]
21st March 2015

The wonders of the West Country

As regular readers will know from yesterday’s blog post, I am down in my home county of Devon. I say ‘home county’ but I have never […]
20th March 2015

Travels to the West Country

Friday has been something of a different beast this week. Normally, it begins with a BNI meeting in Bath but today, I had a lie in! […]
19th March 2015

Keys, cars and chargers

Continued letter to Whoever-you-are-who-looks-down-on-us-all…. Well, the first part of my letter to you last night finished with ‘Misplaced the house keys…. HOW?! The front door is locked […]
19th March 2015

Sir, Madam and the Average Speed Cameras

Dear Whoever-you-are-who-looks-down-on-us-all (if you even exist – but hey, it’s worth a try), I wonder if you could kindly explain a few things to me as, […]
18th March 2015

Service interruption

Dear Readers, Apologies for this short term service interruption. Normal service will resume as soon as possible. Kind regards, FWL
17th March 2015

An inspirational and tough day all in one

Some days are tougher than others. Some are like a roller coaster from start to finish. Sometimes light can be seen at the end of the tunnel and […]
16th March 2015

My hierarchy of needs

Back in 1943, Abraham Maslow proposed a theory about a hierarchy of needs in his paper entitled “A Theory of Human Motivation” (in Psychologica Review). His theories paralleled many […]
15th March 2015

Want to find out more about your Devon Ancestors?

Devon is tucked away in the ‘West Country’ of England and has a rich historical heritage that inspires and delights family historians. Although tourism has brought […]