Snippets of Bangladesh. Part 3

Clockwise from top left:
1. Shopfront plants
2. Corner store’s rear-entry display (way to attract attention to bottled water)
3. Food stall at a trade fair
4. Fresh vegetable spread at a corner store


Snippets of Bangladesh. Part 2

Fish-eye Street Views. Walking street vendors. Hustle and bustle of main roads. Local markets.

Snippets of Bangladesh. Part 1



Clockwise from top left:
1. Henna-clad hands at a pre-wedding function (mehndi)
2. Street vendor and a self-pedalled cart
3. A bountiful fruit market stall
4. Rickshaw parked in a No-Rickshaw zone

Personality Junkyards

Is it strange to miss a former version of yourself? Maybe it’s possible for these former selves to be rescued from our own personal characteristics junkyards.

I DO(n’t) like Mondays!

Photograph by Irnin Khan from the series, ‘You Are A Regurgitator’

Generally, Mondays are a bit of a pill, right?  Marking the end of glorious weekends and the start of the working week and so on and so forth.  So, how to turn this negative into a positive? Read on…

I’m a little bit of an OCD organisational freak… and that side of me kind of loves to start new projects and goals on a Monday (or the 1st of the month… and if that happens to fall on a Monday, you can pretty much count on me imploding from excitement).  Anything from a new diet or exercise regime to sewing socks, making candles or organising massive loads of mail and receipts.  When I get into project mode with these kinds of things on a Monday, it’s all that circulates around my brain for a while… and I can’t help being a little bit in love with Mondays like this one… where I don’t have to go out to work and can instead stay home and putter around with my projects and get high from making more (often unachievable) to do lists!

What are Mondays like for you? Anything special or just another day?