Men and Mental Health – Let’s Talk (Pt 2/2)

I’m assuming you’ve clicked on to this second blog as you’ve read my first one entitled “Men and Mental Health – Let’s Talk”. If you have not read that I would recommend you do so before progressing any further! Referring back to the ‘Masculinity Report’ carried out by the wonderfully named, “Campaign Against Living Miserably” […]

Tolkien (12a)

Dir. Dome Karukoski Cast: Nicholas Hoult, Lily Collins, Laura Donnelly, Colm Meaney, Derek Jacobi Reviewed by Rob Santer (@RobSanter)  “It’s about journeys…. journeys we take to prove ourselves, …. adventures………courage…. and…. fellowship” If you are a fan of ‘Lord of the Rings’ and ‘The Hobbit’ you will thoroughly enjoy this film. It takes you on […]

You’ve got time.

I was on the train recently, going through the normal process of checking emails, bit of light reading and staring with glazed eyes out of the window as I travelled backwards into London. ‘If you’ve got time to worry you’ve got time to pray.’ A group of Asian students had got in the same carriage […]

Risk Averse or Risk Taker?

Some years ago, I earned a living in the Business Continuity (BC) industry, perhaps more commonly referred to in the early days as Disaster Recovery (DR). In fact, the emphasis initially was on how businesses would recover from an unplanned outage (disaster).  This meant that DR was a set of policies and procedures to enable the recoveryof a […]