Who am I?
Welcome! I am a British Freelance Writer and Teacher working in Bangladesh. I also have ADHD.
In these pages I discuss all of these things and I try to give you a picture of life in this part of Asia too.
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Do me favour today will you? Read this article before you go any further – it won’t take too long and it is easy to read and fascinating – then come back to me. The page will open in a … Continue reading
Over the last 24 hours I’ve gone from sweating under a Bengal sun to shivering in the cold, British rain. My daughter, Thing I, joined me for event and it is the first time we’ve ever flown together as a pair … Continue reading
Why do you do your job? A blogging friend recently posted about how he would never be a journalist in Bangladesh. I don’t blame him – it’s a very dangerous profession at the moment. A married journalist couple were stabbed … Continue reading
If you are a non-blogger who just happens to have come across this blog please put your email address in the box to the side and click “Sign me up”. More than half my followers are fellow bloggers which is … Continue reading
My blog is now very nearly one year old! To celebrate, over the next two weeks I am re-publishing two of my very oldest posts from the site I used to use before it crashed and I moved over to … Continue reading