WHERE’VE YOU BEEN?


OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAApologies for the hiatus.  I decided at the end of 2012 that during 2013 my own, main business activities (in the housing market) were not going to keep the wolf from the door.  The housing market crash has meant that many businesses like mine have struggled since 2007/08; indeed, I’m aware of many businesses in my sector having gone bust over the past 5 years.  Therefore, over the last Christmas/New Year period I decided to ‘do something’ – and so I now have additional revenue streams alongside my own company directorship.  I’m working as an interim manager or consultant to a range of other companies, and am also likely to take up a small number of non-executive director appointments in the coming months.  The consequence of all this is that I’m now worked off my feet.  I’m not complaining; rather, I’m just working my butt off to fund British government profligacy and economic incompetence, as well as simultaneously funding the extravagant, Alice in Wonderland lifestyles of the political classes of the UK and the European Union.  Best, therefore, that I keep blogging.  My next post will be published presently.  Apologies once again … my enthusiasm to observe and comment remains undimmed.

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  1. Maureen Turner · ·

    Moraymint, Looking forward to reading your thoughts of any topic of your choice on Moraymint Chatter but take it easy – we only live once.

    Maureen Turner

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    1. moraymint · ·

      Thanks Maureen; appreciated. If you look at the categories of my blog one of them is “Philosophy” … I need to weave some of that in to my forthcoming posts … ah, the good life …

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  2. Nice to see the email in my inbox declaring your return.
    As for working, my own business is picking up nicely so if you find any of your business ventures are in need of a stronger online presence and higher conversion from visitors to customers – I’m available for a chat 🙂

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    1. moraymint · ·

      Thanks Chris … and offer noted!

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  3. I was pleased to see one comment from you recently in the DT.

    Nice to see you back, MM.

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    1. moraymint · ·

      Thank you Trevor.

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  4. Cheshireman · ·

    Pleased to hear from you again.
    As our world becomes ever more out of kilter, we need more real opinions like yours to counter-balance the rubbish the politicians would have us believe.

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    1. moraymint · ·

      Thanks Cheshireman … I agree that it’s more important than ever these days to test and challenge the words and actions of our governing classes …

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  5. Welcome back !
    Enjoyed your previous so looking forward to more of the same. Regards

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    1. moraymint · ·

      Thank you Craig.

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  6. Ellie Mae's Grandad · ·

    You’ve been missed.

    Be discerning; cut the volume if you must, keep up the quality.

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    1. moraymint · ·

      Thanks Grandad; point taken. Stay in touch …

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  7. Good to see you back. I keep looking for your valued input in the Telegraph, and are sometimes rewarded.

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    1. moraymint · ·

      Thanks Old Goat … I shall be back in the swing soon enough. I’ve commented occasionally on the DT website over the past few months, but have been time constrained. My desire to contribute to the debate is undimmed. Stay in touch …

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