Where do I start? I am fortunate enough to say I had a pretty easy breezy pregnancy. When Liam was born, sure, I had my feelings of loneliness and helplessness from time to time but I can’t say I experienced any post-partum depression. But I definitely did feel different; my usual positive, happy-go-lucky outlook was
The advancement of a new travelling experience means a lot of organisation. I can see why companies who professionally organise trips actually exist. There are the flights (that’s the easy bit), then accommodation (but reading one poor review after ten positive ones sets me back to square one), what to do and see, visas, vaccines,
On Wednesday I fell into a dream. A Dior dream. Yes folks – I was lucky enough to secure one of the hottest tickets in town. I visited the new Dior: Designer of Dreams exhibition at the Victoria and Albert Museum. Spanning 1947 to the present day, Dior: Designer of Dreams traces the history of one of the
Recovering from a big illness takes time, patience, and strength, and some days just happen to be stronger than others. I have accepted that today is a not-so-strong day and have been confined to bed, having already signed off of hospital placement for tomorrow, to give me time to recuperate and be good to myself.
…they’re hard to keep up with. Well, that’s my personal opinion anyway. I made the decision back in September to instil an Autumn theme on my grid. Something I don’t regret doing, as my engagement increased and people were taking more notice of my photography. Plus, I love Autumn and everything surrounding it. I produced
“I know a girl whose one goal was to visit Rome, Then she finally got to Rome, and all she did was post pictures for people at home, ‘cause all that mattered was impressin‘ everybody she’s known.” The power of Social Media as a tool for business growth is unquestionable. But somewhere along this path,