Aside from a weekly journal, this is a blog. This page also gives some insight into what I'm listening to and reading right now. It's a bit of playground to grab data from various API's.

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  • UpdatedMay 15, 2021


We finally got the normal spring showers, which the garden really enjoyed. I’ve cautiously starting venturing out more—who’d have thought I would miss shopping in a real shop—as the restrictions in the UK start easing. Also this week:

  • I spent a lot of time organising my first remote-first design sprint, which has meant restructuring the week quite a bit from normal. I’ll probably write a little post about that eventually.
  • I had my first haircut in a long time—since early December. Which was wonderful! My headphones fit properly again, and my ears can get some air.
  • I spent the weekend building a new arbour/seating area for the garden, ready for BBQ season.

Current clients:

  • A UK-based online legal advice platform
  • A fast-food chain in the middle-east
  • A belgian auctioneer.


  1. My definition of a good MVP

    Published: May 2021

  2. Using a notebook as a task manager

    Published: May 2021

  3. The Window

    Published: January 2021

  4. Please remember this feeling

    Published: October 2020

  5. Writing daily & weekly project updates

    Published: October 2020

  6. RSS is calm

    Published: October 2020

  7. Bringing the fun back to our screens

    Published: September 2020

  8. IKEA Bekant Standing Desk: Personal Review

    Published: September 2020


Last week I listened to around
43 Tracks, from 23 Albums

Top tracks (this month)

  1. Cover art for Glueland EP by Do Nothing

    Do Nothing

  2. Cover art for For the first time by Black Country, New Road
    Track X

    Black Country, New Road

  3. Cover art for Metamodern Sounds in Country Music by Sturgill Simpson
    The Promise

    Sturgill Simpson

  4. Cover art for Back to Basics by Billy Bragg
    A New England

    Billy Bragg

  5. Cover art for It's A Shame About Ray (Expanded Edition) by The Lemonheads

Reading & Recently Read


This is the last 50 images that have caught my eye. I collect them using Savee, a Pinterest alternative.

Note Each image is copyright of its respective owner. Reasonable effort has been made to retain the source information, although this has not always been possible. Clicking an image will open it's source (if known).