A Language uniquely honoured

A Language uniquely honoured

NEXT weekend sees the quarter finals of what is turning out to be an enthralling Rugby World Cup in Japan. Eight nations will be lining up against each other in the four ties- and eight national anthems will be belted out with pride and passion before each game. In a world so obsessed with rootless […]

A missing sense of purpose

A missing sense of purpose

YESTERDAY, October 10, it was World Mental Health day. A day of raising awareness about mental health and an opportunity for people to share some of their experiences and insights about mental health. Even the Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby got in on the act, going public with his admission of suffering a bad depressive […]

Striking out as a solo

Striking out as a solo

ONE of the growing features of the working landscape today is how many people say they would like to start up a solo enterprise. This is especially pronounced among the younger generations, with 60% of Generation Z(born 1995) declaring in a recent survey that they want to be ‘entrepreneurs not employees’ There are many reasons […]

Aberystwyth, Mon Amour

Aberystwyth, Mon Amour

THE above title relates to a book I once read, which turned out to be a dark comedy about the seaside town of Aberystwyth in Ceredigion. I don’t particularly remember much of the story, but I do remember that the idea of loving a town, above any particular human being, seemed quite comic to me […]

Finding a voice in middle age

Finding a voice in middle age

WE live in an age where youth has been put on a pedestal and the interests of young people deemed more important than the interests of older people in several regards in our society. It’s interesting to note how this veneration of the young has been pushed relentlessly by the three dominating systems in modern […]

An ancient Kingdom stirs a Welsh soul

An ancient Kingdom stirs a Welsh soul

HAVING been home a few days after a walking trip to Northumbria, it’s time to commit all those impressions and memories accumulated during the time spent in one of England’s most ancient kingdoms to paper. I arrived at our initial disembarkation point, Newcastle by train in the early evening. The latter part of that journey […]

Why Introverts just have to write!

Why Introverts just have to write!

ONE of the benefits of the internet is that has allowed more and more people to start-up their own on-line businesses. It has enabled individuals to communicate and trade with each other- two of the foundational aspects of human existence since time immemorial- in completely new and creative ways. It truly has opened up new […]

‘A Way With Words’ – What We Do

‘A Way With Words’ – What We Do

CROESO i ‘Ar Y Gair/ A Way With Words’ SO What’s ‘A Way With Words’ All About? A WAY WITH WORDS is an on-line writing agency offering a range of writing services for clients whatever their needs may be, wherever they are, whichever medium best suits their individual circumstances. Based in Caernarfon, Wales,  A Way […]