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Friday, October 30, 2015

Week six

This is a post about marmalade.

A “life hack”, if you will, that I learnt from Simon Stewart is to find things that I don’t do because I don’t like them, or think I don’t like them, and to do them. Do them again. Find out whether there’s anything to like about them, whether I missed something important, or whether my tastes have simply changed.

That is why breakfast this weekend featured the phrase “could you pass the marmalade, please, I don’t like it”.

This is not a post about marmalade.

posted by Graham at 11:37  

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