Having Time for Inspirational Images

Bizarrely I forgot to mention in the last post that we'd had the 'luxury' of two whole days off, before the end of our Calendar Club season on 6th January 2019. One of those of course was Christmas Day, and rather splendid it was too. We'd stayed in the shop after closing to get the … Continue reading Having Time for Inspirational Images

Free to Cruise After Calendar Club

Choosing to jump off the 'respectability' of the endlessly turning hamster wheel in our fifties, was one of the best decisions Barry and I jointly made. It wasn't an overnight move by any means. But a considerably-thought-out-as-much-as-possible one. We had a number of ideas as to how we'd make money. None of which was in … Continue reading Free to Cruise After Calendar Club

Already Half Way Through Our Season Today

Last year we ran the Lichfield Calendar Club shop for 14 weeks. This season it's 'only' 12 weeks, and we're already half way through! Hard to believe then that it's almost Christmas. Customers frequently say they know that time of year is near once we pop up. It won't surprise you to hear blogging isn't … Continue reading Already Half Way Through Our Season Today

Life in Brighton and the UK

There's something very special about being in a loving relationship that thrives on a (mostly!) strong partnership ethic. The intensity of running a Calendar Club store, seven days a week for around three months, really highlights this aspect of our marriage. This week's been a perfect example of sharing the responsibility, and I'm counting my blessings … Continue reading Life in Brighton and the UK

Another Teutenberg and much more

I'm on a mission to get the blog up to date this week, which may entail skipping a few adventures, and squeezing others into two posts. Do forgive me. You see on Thursday 11th October we'll be starting our 2018 Calendar Club season. Thankfully we received confirmation last Friday that we have a shop to … Continue reading Another Teutenberg and much more