#TOTW: 03-01-16 ‘Righteous eating’ – have you heard about it?


I know, I know, it’s coming at you 24hrs early but I start on nights tomorrow and I didn’t want you to go without! Aren’t you the lucky ones eh?!

Although I do know a little about eating disorders, this week’s #TOTW is about an area of eating disorders I previously knew nothing about and so I chose:

Shocking rise in men with food disorders like anorexia & bulimia, Manchester Evening News

It’s a really interesting read and one in which i’m pretty sure you’ll learn something you weren’t aware of. No need for me to rabbit on, just take a look and see for yourself!

As an old schoolmaster of mine was fond of saying, “Read, learn and inwardly digest.”


Ben 🙂


#TOTW: 31-12-15 ‘Care workers are woefully undervalued’

Hello, good evening and welcome to 2016!

It may have been a tweet from 2015, but that’s still only last week! I’ve already subjected you to a #TOTM in this last week, so today is just a quick one to maintain the regular flow and rhythm of things in the blog-o-sphere! I just wanted to shed some more attention on a rather well-written article from a care worker, and so my #TOTW is:

“Society doesn’t see care work as a challenging vocation, but rather as form of domestic service.”

Read it for yourself and form your own opinion. I for my part believe there is a good deal of truth in what the author has to say.

Simple message. Simple blog.



2015 – my blogging year in review

Happy new year folks!

Apparently the busiest day of the year for visits to my blog was a year ago today with my post ‘A day in the life of a radiographer.’ Also my most commented on post was the one I wrote about #TipsForNewRads in relation to theatre work.

I will try and come up with some more original work this year to go with my weekly blogs!

Thanks for following, visiting, commenting or however it is you interact with me!

Stay tuned this year and let’s see what happens!



Here’s an excerpt:

A San Francisco cable car holds 60 people. This blog was viewed about 2,900 times in 2015. If it were a cable car, it would take about 48 trips to carry that many people.

Click here to see the complete report.