Entries by Ruth Lloyd-Williams

Autumn Leaves

Usually at this time of year I’d be gardening in long trousers. I’d have a t-shirt, sweat-shirt and fleece gilet on, a neck-warmer and a beanie, and I’d be quietly swearing at Eva Cassidy for having sung such a beautiful version of Autumn Leaves – when very clearly she had […]

The passage of time

What a curious beast. Created before us, out of our control, dictating rituals, setting signposts, measured in a variety of ways, perceived by our reality and our mood, conscious and subconscious, in the here and now. The passage of time is a curious beast, and yet so clearly defined by […]

Imposter syndrome

Sitting at a conference down in Christchurch and thinking deeply about what the keynote speakers have to say. Some I agree with and some I don’t. Not only here as a delegate but also presenting, I find myself critiquing all the other presenters I come across, do they present in […]