Irony of Making Decisions
It’s one of those funny things isn’t it – make a big decision and then irony of ironies, something challenges it.
A few weeks ago I was so up to my eyeballs that I turned off all notifications on Facebook groups. Every now and again I check them all at the same time, and it has saved me loads of time.
But I then had to face facts that where I thought I was just going to take a few months off paid blogging work, I needed much longer. So one day I took the big step of removing myself from . . . → Read More: Big Decisions, Crufts and Ruff Guides!
I’ve been wondering what to talk about with the gorgeous Danny Smith on his drive time show to Radio Verulam for a couple of days.
Should it be my improvement with Fibromyalgia, should it be that the minute the sun comes out we panic about bikini’s or should it be more relationship stuff?
But then I realised it’s all about something simple.
Something so simple that we are rubbish at it.
TAKING CARE OF OURSELVES.
Having Fibromyalgia has been my teacher in how to take care of myself. So I’m not that bright either – it took a chronic pain . . . → Read More: Ten Tips On How To Take Care Of Yourself!
I was chatting with the gorgeous Danny Smith online about relationships the other day, so we thought we’d talk about it on his drive time radio show on Radio Verulam.
Missed us? You can listen in here (5.30-6pm).
Now I’ve talked about relationships LOADS at times on this blog. But I was thinking, what are the Top 3 tips for finding and keeping a relationship? Here is what I came up with:
1) Love Yourself And Be Clear On What You Deserve
Oh I know it’s cliched. But you need to know why you are wonderful. . . . → Read More: Top 3 Tips For Getting And Keeping Relationship
So for this months chat with Danny Smith at Radio Verulam on his Drivetime show, I thought we’d talk about ways to help you feel more secure in 2014.
(If you fancy listening to us, you can for ONE week only here, I’m at 5.30-6pm).
Christmas is a very stressful time that can make us feel insecure. Plus, although it seems as though the recession is turning around, I think it might take a bit longer to kick in for some parts of the country than others.
Lots of things make us feel secure: friendships, relationships, health, . . . → Read More: My Top 10 Tips for Making Sure You Are Safe And Sound In 2014
It’s been tough, at times over the past few months. I’ve been so busy that I was surprised and really chuffed to be asked to remain as an ambassador for the Forestry Commission (which means I get a membership to Wendover woods).
They sent us a lovely pack with a Stick Man book and a few other goodies, which as the kids already love that book, has gone to my salon for the kids there to enjoy on Mummy Mondays. Julia Donaldson has teamed up with the FC to produce a range of events and activities to tie in with the character . . . → Read More: Sticks and magic
I love awards – some people are OK knowing that they are fab, but I must admit I like to be told! I’m much better than I was when I was younger, and I can do some self-patting on the back now; which is healthy I think. But to get an award is lovely.
We had a tough week at the salon this week; we made some awfully difficult decisions now that we know more about our market and restructured letting 5 people go and bringing 1 person in. The team has really come together since then and we are really . . . → Read More: I Love Awards
At the end of the last half-term we took a very excited Curly Headed Boy (nearly 8) and Little Dimples (3.5) to the National Space Centre in Leicester for the first time for the launch of ‘Back to the moon for good’.
Honestly I had absolutely no idea what on earth the launch was about! But I’d wanted to go to the space centre for years, so when they contacted us to go and have a look we jumped at the chance.
Some people suggested that possibly the kids were still a little too young for it all.
Did they like it?
When . . . → Read More: Will we make it ‘Back to the moon for good’?
About 6 months ago I decided to cut back on TV watching and banned Cbeebies etc from being on as much. It took me several weeks to discover that Little Dimples (then just turned 3) had worked out to use YouTube – argh!
Not just that, but she had worked out how to stick the headphones on for the computer so that I wouldn’t hear the tell tale signs! Little Minx!
It was during this that she discovered My Little Pony and fell head over heels in love (how she found it I have NO IDEA!). Obviously there is a lot to love – . . . → Read More: Why a ‘cutie mark’ is so important for my daughter