A WHILE ago now, I wrote a post which really seemed to ‘hit the spot’ for so many of you. It was a post about the only list that I love. A list that has helped to transform my life and one that I believe can help to do the same for you too. I call it my ‘non negotiable’ list.
I FEAR many things in my life. Some of them you’ll probably share with me. But what if I told you I was afraid of writing. What on earth would you make of that?
OUR bathroom currently has an eighties vibe. It’s old fashioned, it’s pink (yes, really) and thankfully it’s at least functional. But besides the huge bath we have which is wonderful (the previous owner was a very tall man!) there’s not much else I can say to sing its praises, try as I might. Truth be told, it’s desperate to be redone. All of it. From scratch.
THERE’S not many people who can claim to be an expert when it comes to parenting or childcare. But on Tuesday, I met one woman who absolutely can. One woman who has helped parents across the world get to grips with more tricky parenting dilemmas than you can shake a stick at. The wonderful Jo Frost, AKA ‘Supernanny’. I was invited to an intimate event at ‘The Library’ (a gorgeous
A FEW months ago, I considered quitting blogging. Wrapping my creative baby up and taking her away from the online world. It happens every so often. Four years into Pouting In Heels and I’m well aware that every so often, when things turn a darker shade, I find myself in the ‘should I quit?!’ position.
I LOVE a good piece of art. Or a pretty picture. But let’s be honest, it’s not so easy finding stunning prints or art work that is both affordable and easy to frame. Particularly, if you’re anything like me and have a wee penchant for gallery walls! But folks, I think I may have actually found the answer thanks to the work of a Scandinavian company which has recently launched in
I ALWAYS feel like there is never enough time in the day. You know, to do what I want and need to do. And I bet right now, you are reading this and thinking: “me too, sista! me too!”
I’VE never been one to make life easy. Which is why when I was heavily pregnant with Elsie, I – together with my husband – decided it would be a really good idea to buy a house that needed tons of work doing on it. A project home. Something we could both get our teeth into.