Strong Women: Natalie Lee

Strong Women: Natalie Lee

Today’s story is from Nat from Style Me Sunday. I’ve been admiring Nat from afar. I love her ethos about fashion with feeling, it’s not just about clothes but about feelings too. She says “I use fashion to convey how I’m feeling, or conversely change how I’m feeling....
Strong women: Helen Court

Strong women: Helen Court

This story’s a bit different. A bit different because Helen is my job-share partner, my partner in crime for my corporate job. She’s not on social media, she doesn’t sell anything, she’s Helen. But I can’t tell you how much love and respect I have for Helen.  Read...
Strong women: Amy Ransom

Strong women: Amy Ransom

Here’s the final story in my Strong Women series.  And it’s all about Amy. Amy’s the lady behind the blog “Surviving Motherhood” and The New Mum’s Notebook. I’ve been following Amy for a while, she makes me laugh out loud with her tails of Motherhood. She...
Losing yourself in motherhood

Losing yourself in motherhood

I lost myself in motherhood there for a while. I don’t think it’s actually a bad thing. My babies were babies, I was feeding them, they demanded all my attention (and they’re still doing this) but I definitely lost myself. I came out of a bit of a cloud towards the...
How do you find strength?

How do you find strength?

There are days when we feel super confident when you feel like you can take on the world. You know those says when you feel like Superwoman! And then there are days when that little voice of self-doubt sits on your shoulder, when you’re feeling off balance and you...
Seeing out 2016, bringing in 2017

Seeing out 2016, bringing in 2017

With Christmas now behind us, our attention quickly turns to the new year.  I love the energy a new year brings. Full of possibilities and hope. But first of all I like to take the time to reflect on the year gone by. We can forget how far we’ve come. We can sometimes...
Happy Christmas

Happy Christmas

It’s just a few days before Christmas and I’ve managed to have a bit of space to myself, just a little bit! And it’s got me thinking, reflecting on the year gone by. I think every year has it’s ups and downs. I don’t think you can go through 365 days without feeling...

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