Monthly Archives: January 2014

On Walking in Tsim Sha Tsui

I am walking with the attitude of Richard Ashcroft in bittersweet symphony bashing shoulders my feet keeping time with a yacht to my left all white sail clouds and shiny-sharp glittering jabs of sunshine which force me into lazy-lidded submission … Continue reading

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The Smoking Gun: the Psychology of Lighting Up

I’m miserable today. The reason I’m miserable is because I’ve quit smoking, and no-one really prepared me for how hard it’d be. Consider the horrible smoker’s catch-22: I feel miserable because I’ve had a crappy day, and naturally this makes … Continue reading

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New Year’s Resolution: Do More, Be More, Make a Difference

Normally, I hate New Year’s resolutions. Take your sanctimonious ‘new year, new me’ statuses elsewhere; I’m lighting up and opening the bottle. Cheers. We can’t magically make ourselves better people (and even if we could, would such a quick fix … Continue reading

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