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For World Book Day, copywriter Paul remembers an old favourite and wonders: Can the books we love when little influence the career paths we take? SCARRY PROSPECTS? From kisses to records to foreign holidays, we’re supposed to remember our firsts. I can’t claim to remember the first book I ever had, but the first I can remember was […]
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It was in the Pink Zone, about 20 minutes after Nurse Vanda’s administration, when the drops began to take hold.
Apparently, I think too fast. At least, that’s the flattering explanation Quora offered for my tendency – shared, I’m pleased to say with millions of others – to miss out the occasional word as we type.
I must have been about seven years old when I got the “Anything Left Handed” catalogue. Inside, the pages were full of a mad range of products – scissors to stationery, tin openers to tape measures. And as the sole (known)* left-hander in the family, it felt like these were treasures only available to me.