These mud cracks on Mars are a source of excitement as they may have been made from drying mud eons ago. Read the full article: via Mars Rover Curiosity Examines Possible Mud Cracks | NASA Simon 🙂 No ownership claimed on material - Credit NASA
Murphy's law of probability or sod's law is summarised by the saying "Anything that can go wrong, will go wrong." This is a new little series intended to be a numerous and light hearted look at the world of cock up. More often than anything it's the small things in life that stress us out, … Continue reading Murphy’s Law – Fixing things
As many of you will (and should) know by now I'm a bit of science fiction and fantasy nut. Whether it's reading, watching or writing in this genre I love where it can take me. Journeys that one could never have imagined in the normal world are everyday in this world. I've had a thought … Continue reading Sci-Fi and Fantasy Hub on Planet Simon
So, finally I've got around to saying goodbye to 2016 on this blog. It's been a tough start to the year with one thing and another, but hopefully will get better personally and see it bloom into a good year. Looking back on my 2016 blog and writing wise - it was a great year. … Continue reading An amazing year of Planet Simon
Murphy's law of probability or sod's law is summarised by the saying "Anything that can go wrong, will go wrong." This is a new little series intended to be a numerous and light hearted look at the world of cock up. More often than anything it's the small things in life that stress us out, … Continue reading Murphy’s Law – Lunch Prep
Have a look at this great post from Niki. Showing kindness to everyone around us is an amazing thing to do and until I read this I hadn't thought about how fun it could be too! Make sure you sign up to her kindness challenge too! Simon 🙂
Last year my friend Erin of Bubbles and Beebots tagged me on a great little idea to write a letter to myself to open in a year's time. Well that year s up - 2017 and I've already posted about this letter. But I thought that this needs to be done yearly. I found this … Continue reading Letter to Myself – Open next year (2018)
Last year was a great year for discoveries and space exploration. Tim Peake's mission to the international space station has inspired an entire generation, Mars another mission under way, Juno started it's mission around Jupiter. we also said a sad farewell to Rosetta, crashed into it's comet before it got too far from the sun … Continue reading ESA – A Year in Images
Planet Earth is changing all the time. Many changes are caused by us, humans and our ever growing activity. The link below is a post from NASA showing how some parts of the Earth have changed over the years. These changes aren't small either. It makes interesting and a bit scary reading. via NASA — … Continue reading Changing Earth
Last year my friend Erin of Bubbles and Beebots tagged me on a great little idea to write a letter to myself to open in a year's time. Well that year s up - 2017 is here and it's time to open that letter - you can all read it here: via Letter to Myself: … Continue reading Letter to Myself: A year on…
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Some great thoughts from my friend Niki on how to plan what you’ll do with 2017!
With a new year beginning, promises of starting over, fresh, and new are on the minds of many. If you haven’t made your New Year’s resolutions, there’s no rush! In fact, I’d like to encourage you to take your time. Consider what you want the New Year to bring you. Where do you want to see yourself at the end of 2017? How does that play into the bigger vision you have? What steps do you need to take over the next year to be closer to making that vision a reality?
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