I KICKED off my blog this year with a simple request. That we all try a little bit harder to be kind to ourselves. (Because it’s not always easy is it?) So when I was asked to get involved with an utterly fantastic campaign which is actively encouraging women to do more of this, you can bet your bottom dollar that I shouted ‘hell yeah!’ as women’s happiness is something
WHEN you sleep, I spend ages marvelling at your face. As it’s still the most beautiful I have ever seen. And I smile as my eyes gaze on the one tiny freckle that’s dotted on your forehead, a pretty reminder of the fun we had last year on holiday in the sunshine. When you sleep, I watch your chest rise and fall. And if your breathing becomes too quiet or
IT’S that time of the month again, when I try and share some wisdom! Yes folks, welcome to my agony aunt column, ‘problem’ number two. (If you missed it, here’s number one.) This letter came in a few weeks ago from a lovely reader and it’s one I’ve been really looking forward to answer, as to be honest, when it comes to the world of freelancing, I could talk about
I LOVE London. Every time I visit – often for work, sometimes for pleasure – I discover something new or come across a part of the city which makes my heart flutter. Which is why I’m thrilled to bring you a lovely competition today, which will enable you to go and have fun in our capital for FREE!
YOU’VE asked, I’ve listened! For ages now, women have been getting in touch with me on social media to ask me to share how I do my eye make up. So as someone who adores eye make up, how could I refuse?!
WE all have to do our bit for charity right? Well two celebs – Tess Daly and Al Murray – have been doing just that this week in a special 5-day ‘Step-a-thon with Fitbit, in a bit to raise £100,000 for Sport Relief.
THE older I get, the more I’m beginning to realise that when it comes to life… You need to be a bit like a rubber ball. To deal with being thrown around. To handle being knocked off your feet. To launch yourself at your dreams and when you miss, to throw yourself at them, again. It’s all about bouncing back, isn’t it?
IT’S great to see how more and more women are not only entering the working world, but also getting in the driving seat. The situation has really been helped by the fact car dealerships are shifting their purchase experience away from a complex, male-dominated environment, to a more transparent and diverse customer base.