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T’ai-Chi and Juggling 2013

Classing these both together as they seem to be related [meditative slow hands]. Have practiced both in the past but have allowed to fall by the wayside in the last few years just through lack of time. Most new skills have a big learning curve that flattens out after the first phase, so I hope to be able to quickly get back into these [the skills I know/knew] and then start to progress. Life often is just about making those few moments to concentrate, which is where time management skills come in [if you are interested in more than one topic for sure], as we all too easily fritter away precious time just through not being organised enough.



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