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!
I’M in celebration mode today… Because this ol’ blog of mine is four years old tomorrow. Four years old! Crazy stuff indeed. I can hardly believe it! To mark the occasion, here’s a video, featuring yours truly with a special message for you all. Sent and recorded, of course, with my lurve. P.S I’ll be popping into your inboxes on Monday with my new weekly newsletter! If you haven’t received
THAT fear you feel when you have no work coming in? I know it well. Very well. I’ve been freelancing for six years now, making money from my blog for the last 18 months or so and still, I fear THAT fear. When work is quiet. When my inbox is manageable. When my bank balance looks piteously low or I’m in the red. I’ve been there more times than I
IF you’re expecting baby news, you’re going to be disappointed. But if you love animals, then you’re in a for a winner today folks! ;-) Ladies and gents, may I introduce you to the new member of our little family, Busta the dog. A 13 week golden cockapoo whom arrived in our lives this weekend and has already turned them upside down!
I’M not a fan of the list generally. Just so you’re clear. Yep they’re useful and pretty handy but they always give me the ‘fear’ that I’ll never have enough time to get everything done. Or ‘the guilt’ when I don’t manage to tick everything off my list. But recently I’ve decided that I need a list in my life. And that, my friend, you do too! This list that I’m
REMEMBER that Agony Aunt idea I had? Well it’s come to fruition my friends and I couldn’t be more thrilled. (Or nervous.) I put the idea out there and the emails have come. The first one that landed in my inbox was this one. I found it hidden in my spam box and when I read it, I don’t think I breathed until I’d come to the end of the
AT bedtime, Elsie and I have got a new routine. Which goes a little something like this…pyjamas on, brush teeth, clean face, toilet trip, bedtime story (or two), lights out, cuddles and a question. A very simple question that I’ve introduced over the past few weeks. And the question is this:
AS a total bookworm, I cannot get enough of the little devils. Books, that is. I dream of my house, one day, being some kind of gigantic library. So far I’ve still got some way to go with this, but I’m getting there. A woman on an important mission, I’m sure you’ll agree. In my house there are bookcases and piles of books in every room. Some books I could