The thing is to find a truth which is true for me, to find the idea for which I can live and die.

Søren Aabye Kierkegaard, Journals, 1835

Coco and revitalising

coco-corr:

When I think of a work place I think of the British Library, it’s just ideal because you’re able to immerse yourself in whatever you’re doing, there’s no distractions. Also the availability of coffee is pretty awesome. I doubt I’ll end up working there, but I’d be able to work as hard provided…

James Winfield: My mum...

jamesmichaelwinfield:

My mum and what engages her…

o Is there an activity that you enjoy doing when you simply don’t notice time going by? cooking (she’s a bloody good cook!!)


o What do you particularly like about that activity? (Solitary, physicality, mental exertion, using imagination, experimenting etc) relaxing…

franstutts:

Account of My Wellbeing… 
I have taken this test 2 times now and this is the third- always with different results but I think this is the most reflective of my personal place at the moment. I would agree in most areas,that although I am not hugely positive, I do definitely have a lack of negative emotions. General ambivalence to many things I guess I would describe that as. I think, as I always say with these questionnaires, it really depends on the time of day as to how up or down my chart looks!!! 

franstutts:

Account of My Wellbeing… 

I have taken this test 2 times now and this is the third- always with different results but I think this is the most reflective of my personal place at the moment. I would agree in most areas,that although I am not hugely positive, I do definitely have a lack of negative emotions. General ambivalence to many things I guess I would describe that as. I think, as I always say with these questionnaires, it really depends on the time of day as to how up or down my chart looks!!! 

Gianni: Flow table, past, present and future

giannibolemole:

I didn’t want to think too far ahead. When I was eleven, I never once thought that spending hours in front of Photoshop would feel so worthwhile and captivating. Plus I have some pretty far fetched visions of what my 40’s, 50’s and 60’s will be like. So I left the others blank. Defeating the whole…

coco-corr:

I had to print screen this insted of downloading because there was an error on the website, so that’s why it’s so tiny.

coco-corr:

I had to print screen this insted of downloading because there was an error on the website, so that’s why it’s so tiny.

James Winfield: my 'flow' timeline

jamesmichaelwinfield:

Well I have only had 2 decades so far so…

1-10 years old: SPPPPPPOOOOOOOOORRRRRRRTTTTTTT, I use to love playing any and all sport (minus football - mainly cos I was crap).

10-20 years old: started to get passionate about the environment at about 15 after doing a Design Tech project on…

jamesmichaelwinfield:

My philosophy to life: my dad always says “if you reach for the stars you will sure to get the moon” 
you take that how ever you want. I take it as if to say if you work hard and you are ambition you’ll do okay, even if you don’t get those ‘stars’. AIM HIGH!!

jamesmichaelwinfield:

My philosophy to life: my dad always says “if you reach for the stars you will sure to get the moon” 

you take that how ever you want. I take it as if to say if you work hard and you are ambition you’ll do okay, even if you don’t get those ‘stars’. AIM HIGH!!

Optimism...

  • We're about to move onto our next theme, but just before we wind up on this round of optimism.. anyone got any stories on how being optimistic this week?

Our thinking behind the themed approach to the Star Track programme. If you can hear snoring in the background, it’s probably Eugenie's dog.