Month: July 2016

Chris Lovejoy

I’m sitting in a cramped office in rural Botswana with three other people, hunched over a small desk typing into my phone with a Bluetooth keyboard. There are dogs barking outside, the phone is ringing and there’s a woman outside loudly advertising her market stall. I need to head to a meeting in just over…

Chris Lovejoy

Since contracting glandular fever in 2013 I have had an ongoing battle to get enough sleep to function well. During this time I’ve experimented with many things, some of which I will share now for the benefit of those with similar problems or anyone who wants greater control over their sleep. Developing this high sleep…

Chris Lovejoy

As I have not written publicly for a while, largely dictated by circumstance (being on medical elective without access to a keyboard), the basic level of anxiety that I associate with public writing has begun to re-appear. The liberating feeling that I felt after overcoming this hurdle for the first time has largely worn off….