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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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A new post of mine is coming soon (several actually) but for now I wanted to share this post which touched my heart to read it on Black Box Warnings. I found myself sympathising with the writer – Rutabaga – … Continue reading
Mr J This is the very final post on this series of interviews carried out during the summer with four scallywags who all used to be taught at LAMB school before moving on to bigger and better. In a way, … Continue reading
This is the last of my charity posts (at least for now) – a little series I envisaged a few weeks ago – and, in fact, it is this young woman’s post on her Facebook that inspired the whole mini-series … Continue reading
I’m sitting on my bed (also known as my desk) and across from me I can see my sitar propped up against the wall. Usually, when I look at it I get a little feeling of childlike excitement. … Continue reading