I’VE been a very busy beaver this week giving my professional site a bit of a makeover. Quite astonishingly it’s coming up to three years since I quit my full time job and went freelance, so I decided it was definitely time for a bit of a revamp! I’m absolutely passionate about the joys of freelancing and fully supportive of anyone who has the courage to give it a try.
THERE’S nothing like a holiday to recharge your batteries and make you appreciate the awesomeness that is life. And in my opinion, no holiday would be complete without some brilliant holiday songs. For me, whether I’m taking a well deserved break at home or abroad, I know that my favourite songs just enhance my feel-good holiday mood even further. And if I’m holidaying in the UK with my family (which
WELL folks it’s teaming it down with rain outside and pretty damn cold too but… I’m not letting that dampen my British spirits because tomorrow, me, the Husband and little Elsie are off on our first family holiday! We’re off to Cornwall for a week of relaxation, fun and special times! As such, there will be no posts from me for a whole week (I know, how will you cope?!),
I CAME across this on Pinterest last week and love it so much, I thought I’d share it, in the hope that you will too! This is for all of you who may be feeling down in the ‘ol’ back to work Monday’ dumps today. Read and take note. Life is far too bloody amazing, to not be enjoyed fully. Source: damyhealth.com via Katie on Pinterest Till the next
WHEN it comes to communicating, handwritten letters are where magic lies. You can keep your texts, emails and tweets. In my opinion, if you really want to make someone’s day, a surprise in the post is the best way to make someone smile. Unfortunately ‘happy post’ is a bit of a rarity these days. Our letterboxes that years ago brought all kinds of fabulous correspondence into people’s lives, are now
THIS, dear readers is a first for me, as I’m about to post words from another being on this blog of mine. I’m incredibly proud and passionate about the content of my blog so this isn’t something I would ever normally do, but when I read this yesterday, I knew I had to share it with you all, because it’s just so damn brilliant. The ‘letter’ below comes from Craig Harper,