I’m a mechanical man Got a mechancial style A mechanical tan and a mechanical smile well a long seasonal rain put a bad rock in my roll and a blue metal refrain in my mechanical soul (chorus) I’m no coming, attraction from some dubious galaxy I’m no starman, in action just mechanical me In […]
<blockquote class=”twitter-tweet”><p lang=”en” dir=”ltr”>1) Time alone<br><br>The world wants to feed you its ideas of what and how to think. You need to figure out what you think and who you are. Set aside 30 minutes/day to be alone with your thoughts.<br><br>-No distractions<br>-No technology<br>-No expectations<br><br>Get comfortable being with yourself.</p>— Chris Boettcher (@chrisboettcher9) <a href=”https://twitter.com/chrisboettcher9/status/1597581133956399105?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw”>November 29, 2022</a></blockquote> […]
‘I saw what you did’ New to Singapore and escaping a bad break up back in the UK, Tamsin’s attempts to settle in to her new surroundings are quickly disrupted when her building’s speaker system crackles into life and an anonymous voice fills her glossy apartment. Things had been going well until her welcome drinks, […]
Stories Mother Told—African folk tales. See below.
“The Cuban Tapes”, an exotic blend of Cuban rhythms. Very cool stuff. Find the Bahama Soul Club page on Spotify
Author Marianne Wiggins gives advice on how to handle the customer from hell in this saucy trip to your local roadside diner. Here’s a toast to you brave souls who, despite the plague, remain willing to tend bar, wait tables and barista till you drop. Marianne Wiggins is the author of seven books of fiction […]