We live in a curious, confusing time. To try to make sense of it all, to make the switch to the new way things are being done in the world, I believe it is necessary to acknowledge, and perhaps come to terms with, how much of our privacy, our individuality and our freedom we have relinquished control of.

I am suffering from the reverberating echo of my own thoughts, being hounded by the technology that I am using to help me navigate my way through an information overload.

I am in the throes of planning an overseas holiday. Though, if you consider the meaning of the word throe to be a severe pang or spasm of pain, I should not really be in the throes at all.

If anything, I ought to be having the time of my life looking at options and having deep conversations with myself about what it is I want to do, where it is I want to go...

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