I had a thought yesterday… maybe it’s a good thing it’s taking me so long to get over him. I am not afraid to hold my hands up and say I am not over him. I am not healed. I could continue to lie to those around me and say yes, I’m good, everything is
New year’s resolutions. Many of us make them, but how many of us actually stick to them? It seems that we often set ourselves up to fail with new year’s resolutions that are unrealistic and unachievable (a bit like our targets in work!). As a result, we become demotivated and lose sight of our goals.
I know that many of you are feeling under pressure to decide upon and declare your New Year’s Resolutions. It’s the first thing people ask around the table on New Year’s Day and with everyone feeling over fed and over fuelled by alcohol 🍷 and Christmas pudding , the common response is filled with both
So Friday is when I tie that big old knot. Hang the ball by a chain from his ankle and never remove the shackle. I didn’t think I would ever get married until I met my fiancé. I wasn’t bothered about it either really. Then I had a baby and decided I wanted her name
Dear Donna, I’m falling in love with my friend and it is completely unexpected. I’ve been praying to God for him to bring a good man into my life and all along that ‘good man’ has been someone I’ve known for nearly seven years. We’ve always got on really well but never
Hey! Happy New year! That’s what we say right? I had such high hopes for this year and granted we are only 9 days in but already I am feeling deflated, disengaged and pretty demotivated. And I can’t quite pull myself out of this slump that I have found myself in. But that’s silly right?
If January was a colour, it would be grey. Actually, not grey because everyone seems to be loving grey at the moment… let’s go with magnolia. Why you magnolia you ask? Why boring ole magnolia? And there’s really only one answer. No one really likes magnolia. You move into a new house or new apartment
This was my day job, but usually I was the professional on the other side of the desk. I took a deep breath and the words came spiralling out. Factual, accurate, no emotion attached …composed as ever. Strong for my son. Honest for myself. The day continued; classes began…for us both. Normality was needed
Being the end of a decade it has made me reflect on the changes in my life over the past ten years. My life now is pretty much unrecognisable from that of ten years ago. Come join me for a trip down memory lane won’t you? 2010 Party girl This year was absolutely rammed
Every January I tell myself I’ll change and do things differently this year. And here I am, beginning of January and back to where I was last year. The Blank Diary Fear. Santa has brought be my usual shiny new Moleskine diary for the upcoming year, after writing in family members birthdays and other must