3rd July 2019 - I have just sat and cried my little eyes out from a huge mish mash of emotions. After six and a half long and stressful months I've just received the most welcome text from Carl I could have received (Second only to "we've won the lottery, hand your notice in").... "the … Continue reading Home Sweet Home
So, it’s been a while… since I blogged, but also since I followed a weight loss plan. In fact, it was October 2018 when I joined Weight Watchers online with a special offer for 4 months and stuck to it for under 2 weeks before basically rebelling against the whole diet and weight loss culture … Continue reading Weight Loss Woes
Since I (officially) began suffering with my mental health following my traumatic experience of labour, I have been making a conscious effort to find out what it is that makes me tick. When I am having a "down day," more often than not I feel like I don't want to do anything at all, and … Continue reading Cheer Up Charlie
A lot can happen in a year. That's a bit of a cliché, but I guess the thing with a cliché is it's based on truth. After a bit of a dramatic end to 2018, I thought I would look back over the whole year to try and balance out my current emotions (mainly misery … Continue reading A Year in the Life of….
In case any of you hadn’t noticed, it’s December, which means Christmas is absolutely everywhere, my house included. I really do love Christmas, even more so since becoming a Mum, but I know it can be a really difficult and emotional time for people for a huge number of reasons and not everybody feels quite … Continue reading All I want For Christmas is…
It is a bit of a cliché, but it has been my lifelong dream to become a mother. Since I was a little girl I have imagined myself with lots of children, a happy, noisy, messy home with me at the centre. I was lucky enough to fall pregnant in June 2016 without any complications … Continue reading Team Yellow
It’s National Anti-Bullying Week, and I felt like I couldn’t let it pass by without having my say on a subject close to my heart, that affects so many people in so many ways. School is commonly referred to by many as being “the best days of your life,” and I can understand why some … Continue reading The Best Days of Your Life