Archive for September 2010

Chris Boughton

In ’75, it was a very good year…

29 September 2010 by Chris Boughton

There was a particularly interesting, and for me a very relevant, TV programme shown here in the UK last week, that got me thinking and still has me pondering. It was another voyeurism, people-watching type of programme, but this time with the clear intent to try and achieve something positive for the participants. All were […]

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A Day in the Life

20 September 2010 by Chris Boughton

Routines are a vital part of my life with Parkinson’s disease (PD), from the moment I wake up to the time I go to bed. Spontaneity may be much more fun but routines are far more productive in getting the best out of each and every day. I’ve learnt the hard way that there are no compromises, […]

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A Busy Autumn, by Chris

3 September 2010 by Chris Boughton

As another disappointing UK Summer fades away and we head towards the shorter Autumn days, our Mediterranean cruise already seems like a long, distant memory. My wife, who is a school teacher, has just returned to school, after the six-week summer break and my daily routine is changing accordingly. I currently have much to ponder […]

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