60 Postcards is moving towards the Tribute Collective. To find out more or to get involved, please contact: email@example.com Feeling overwhelmed by the online world and intrigued to experience life without it, I spent October completely switched off: no Internet, nor a mobile phone. At the time, I appreciated it and was reluctant to log in toContinue reading “Peace For Paris: Why Social Media CAN Make a Difference”
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Dad’s Story: Tower to Tower 2014
Bringing you news once a week on the ongoing 60 Postcards journey (you can read a summary of the story here), and on Friday I share a story of an inspirational person, project or cause. Last weekend my Dad (along with five great friends) took on the brave and inspiring task of cycling 202 miles from London to ParisContinue reading “Dad’s Story: Tower to Tower 2014”
The 60 Postcards Tower to Tower Cycle Challenge!
60 Postcards: Create. Share. Inspire. Bringing you news every Tuesday on the ongoing 60 Postcards journey (you can read a summary of the story here), and on Friday I share a story of an inspirational person, project or cause. It brings me a GREAT amount of pleasure and pride to bring this post to you today. I may have putContinue reading “The 60 Postcards Tower to Tower Cycle Challenge!”
Book Reader Tales: Spreading the Magic
If this is your first visit to the site, my guest post for SkyLightRain summarises my 60 Postcards story so far. Hey guys, So, it’s a Tuesday and that means it is time for my weekly 60 Postcards update – the first of my new routine (which I introduced to you in my last post). I am fully aware that IContinue reading “Book Reader Tales: Spreading the Magic”
Say Bonjour to the Cover of the Book…..
To follow the story from the beginning, click here. Evening all, or should I say ‘bon soir’ (probably)! Welcome to a mini-post. I won’t be chatting as much as usual tonight (phew). I arrived at my apartment late afternoon Monday – a cute little one bedroom flat in the 17th arrondissement. It is exactly theContinue reading “Say Bonjour to the Cover of the Book…..”