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!”
TEA, tea. Glorious tea. Besides wine (and perhaps a cosmopolitan) it is my absolute favourite drink. You can keep your coffee and your cappuccinos, just give me a decent cuppa of any kind and I’m a very happy chappy.
ONE of the very best things about being a blogger is that I get to try out all kinds of things. Life, as they say, is never dull. And so it was last Friday, that I was fortunate enough to try out something, which I truly believe could take the UK by storm once people know about it. What did I try out? Facial reflexology.
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
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.
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 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.
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!