Want to read all my ramblings in one place? Well, you’re in luck – check out all of my blog posts in chronological order below, starting with the most recent entry!

#76 – Appear On A Podcast

Podcasts have become HUGE in the past few years. Formerly the medium of slightly nerdy hobbyists, they have hugely grown in popularity, and I’m pretty sure the pandemic didn’t exactly hurt. In fact, as this article shows, “an estimated 100 million people listened to a podcast each month in 2020, and it’s expected to reach … Read More #76 – Appear On A Podcast

Welcome Back and an Update

Ah, New Year. 2022. Saying sayonara to the previous year and ringing in the new. I’ve always been a fan of New Years… not the Eve itself which is always a bit of a disappointment if you ask me, but the ‘new year new me’ ethos. The excitement of a fresh new start, the possibilities of … Read More Welcome Back and an Update

These Days

So, the world’s a bit weird now, huh? Gone are the days of me finding £20 flights to God-Knows-Where and flying on a whim. Gone are the days of planning elaborate multi-country/state trips and getting excited about them months in advance. Gone are the days of, well, venturing outside our front doors, really. I understand … Read More These Days

No-Buy Year Analysis

Alright lads? My No-Buy Year has come to an end, and as mentioned in my December Empties post, I thought I’d do a separate post to take a deeper dive into the year – what worked, what didn’t, what I learnt from the project, and the all-important data behind it all. If anything, it’ll help … Read More No-Buy Year Analysis

Empties – December 2019

And so it ends. The last month and wrap up of this year long project, and what a year it’s been! I’ll do more of a general annual wrap up shortly (including some snazzy data and charts, aren’t you lucky?), but for now, let’s recap the empties used up in December. Ho ho ho, etc. … Read More Empties – December 2019

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