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.
I’VE long been interested in the spiritual world. Many mock it. Many others question it. And some of course detest it. But since being in my teens, strange things (that can’t be explained) have happened to me. And so, an open-minded interest in all things spiritual, has developed in me over the years. Recently, weird and wonderful things have started to happen to me much more frequently and it’s led
I’VE just blown a small fortune on this amazing pair of heels. I can’t really afford them in all honesty. So I probably ‘shouldn’t’ have bought them. But I did, because when I saw them, it felt like fate was calling. I’d just recorded a vlog about celebrating four years of blogging when an email landed in in my inbox. I clicked. It opened. And then I saw the shoes!
I THINK this might actually be the most important post I have ever written. *winks* Because, I don’t know about you, but when it comes to relaxing, feeling better, destressing or creating some downtime for myself, nothing is better than a good ol’ long soak in the tub.
IT’S Valentine’s Day on Sunday. (Pop it in your calendar now if you’ve forgotten folks!) Which means that the topic of conversation on social media and the like, this week, is of course, going to be all about lurve. Wonderful stuff, I’m sure you’ll agree. However, as much as I like all the romance (the thoughtful stuff, not the naff) and the idea of celebrating love (it’s never a bad
I CAN remember the days when I actually used to looked forward to my period arriving. (Kind of.) Back in my youth and in my twenties, when babies were not even on the bottom of a future ‘to do’ list. When being a mum wasn’t even on the agenda and I didn’t even know if I ever wanted it to be. “Thank goodness for that!” I would often silently exclaim
I’M not a believer in diets or radical changes. There’s too much pressure and too much room to fail and feel bad about yourself, I think. But I am a believer in making little changes, #smallchanges that are doable and can and will make an impact!