2019 – a year of change

You’ll have to forgive me for the selfish nature of this post. Originally, I thought about doing my usual ‘review of the year in the countryside’ with news on everything from TB to rural crime, HS2, the weather and the impact of Brexit and the election. However, I thought I would review my own yearContinue reading “2019 – a year of change”

A Wildlife Wishlist for 2019

One of the things I have learned about being self-employed (and I am still working on getting better at implementing it!) is that creating your own structure is vital. One way of doing this is by goal setting. My office walls are increasingly covered with A1 sheets of paper with various ‘to do’ tasks andContinue reading “A Wildlife Wishlist for 2019”

My review of 2018

Hindsight is a wonderful thing, and that’s why I enjoy writing end of year posts. What’s done is done and you can look forward to a new year which you can hope will bring the promised land, even though experience teaches us that every year is a rollercoaster in its own way, with troubled timesContinue reading “My review of 2018”