The case for intermittent enjoyment


In the post before last, I asked blog readers to send me their questions about food. To be honest, I was buying a bit of time at the end of my MSc module to regroup and recharge my batteries.

Two things happened:

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Published by Lin Cheung

I am an artist, coach and teacher. I love working with people to help them be more creative.

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