In my last post I talked about the things which I expected to change from living aboard which in the end just didn’t, this exercise of course made me also realise the things that have changed, some of them unexpectedly! So in the interest of fairness (I’m sure you’re all aware this blog is very […]Read more "The Things Which Change When You Have A Narrowboat – Even If You Thought They Wouldn’t"
Occasionally there are weeks, when as much as you love boat life, something about it, and it can be the smallest of things grates on you. It’s not a permanent, it’s more of a small oh wouldn’t it be nice thought, if you like it I might bring it in as a regular feature, a […]Read more "The Pros and Cons of Life Aboard a Narrow Boat – What’s Floating Our Boat and Sinking Our Ship This Week"
I’ve been preaching a lot lately, about the art of slow living, turning the speedo down a few notches and learning to be content with less. Sounds like a load of mumbo jumbo? Well yeah it can be, it’s never going to work for everyone, there are people who work best operating at capacity, there […]Read more "The Stumbling Blocks In The Pursuit Of Slow Living"
A couple of weeks ago I wrote a blog which I thought would sink like a brick, it has turned out to be one of the most popular blogs I have written, so thanks guys! In that vain I am going to attempt a few more blogs which centre on the art of slow living, […]Read more "Can I Live On A Narrow Boat?"
‘Comparison is the thief of joy’ Theodore Roosevelt A little while back I wrote about my Boat Worry, it was a long and depressing post the succinct version of it: I worry that our decision to buy and liveaboard a narrow boat is a bad decision, and we should have followed the standard and brought […]Read more "Comparison Is The Thief Of Joy – Do Not Measure Your Achievements Against Someone Elses Goals"