5 ways technology can make train travel less of a nightmare

In the UK we’ve had a railway system since 1825. We’ve had electricity on trains for ages now and I remember noticing wi-fi on trains round about 2010 (or possibly earlier). Though I wouldn’t quite call the existence of trains a miracle, I do appreciate the fact that they run, and that a lot of … Read more …

Patience is a name. Serendipity is my virtue.

For me serendipity arises more when you’re open to new ideas, open with your thoughts & ideas and open with your time. A closed hand can’t receive anything. I absolutely hate being told “Patience is a virtue, Anne-Marie”. One Saturday afternoon a few months back, Michelle Brook (also known as Policy Stemette) invited me to … Read more …

Make Mistakes. Go to Failure parties. Repeat for success.

Know that you don’t know all of┬áthe answers. If you assume you do, you’ll never learn anything. – anon I love learning. I love creating & discovering new learning experiences in new arenas. I love getting that buzz from discovering a new feature on a piece of software (like figuring out the mouse gestures for … Read more …