Life Coaching – Alexander R Davis

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"I would like to start this off with a story." Let's cut to the chase: I do not like this book. It lost me from the opening paragraphs and a *horrible* initial message, which it then follows up with a pile of decent enough, but brief, well-worn (and often half-lifted from other places) advice. But … Continue reading Life Coaching – Alexander R Davis

The Prom (2020)

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I'll admit, I'll take a guilty pleasure in enjoying a fun musical movie: the sparkle, the toe-tapping, the OTT-ness of it all. I'm thinking Mamma Mia! or Pitch Perfect. Heck, from the Christmas TV listings I'm most looking forward to Singin' in the Rain! Yup, you can't beat a good musical. And you saw this … Continue reading The Prom (2020)

Tiny Leaps Big Changes – Gregg Clunis

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"Life is a series of natural and spontaneous changes." Reading this straight off the back of Burnout really flagged to me the different approaches self-help books can take. Burnout felt supportive, wanting you to have a happier life, helping you tackle some of life's obstacles to achieve that. This, on the other hand, felt like it was castigating … Continue reading Tiny Leaps Big Changes – Gregg Clunis

Riddick (2013)

When the third installment of the Chronicles of Riddick (following the movie of the same name, which itself followed Pitch Black, both of which I rather enjoyed, in different ways) was announced, I remember being excited: here was a sequel I'd really wanted to see, but almost didn't get made, as I might have been one of … Continue reading Riddick (2013)