I’ve always loved the quote, ‘Your vibe attract your tribe’, but I’ve only recently understood it properly. I have always tried my hardest to be kind to everyone, but I think when you are surrounded by toxic people your judgement can become clouded. The one person, whoever, I have never concentrated on being kind to… Continue reading Your Vibe Attracts Your Tribe.
This week should have been the celebration of my final year of university. I should now have a degree under my belt and be about to start studying an MA in English Literature. In two years time I wanted to start my PGCE and in the not too distant future, I wanted to be teaching… Continue reading Graduation.
Have you ever felt so low that you couldn’t get out of bed in the morning? That to shower drained you of every bit of energy that you had ever felt? That you didn’t think you would be able to get through that night, let alone the next day, and the next week? Because three… Continue reading Lucky.
Okay, so it’s really, really cliché and actually, it isn’t true. I don’t plan on promising to make any drastic changes in 2017, but what I am promising is that 2017 is going to be a selfish year – my most selfish yet. I do appreciate that I could have decided to make these changes… Continue reading New Year, New Me?
It’s definitely not an okay thing to admit, but I do enjoy Little D being poorly. Now, don’t get me wrong, I hate it when Little R is uncomfortable and I would do anything to make her feel better, but there are some bits that I do enjoy about her being unwell. 1. Endless cuddles:… Continue reading Five Reasons I Love a Poorly Baby
Attitude Until you spend a lot of time around young children, it is impossible to understand how much attitude they have. At the age of one, whether they can talk or not, they will respond to you with eye rolls and shoulder shrugs and, unless you have something that they want, they will completely ignore… Continue reading A to Z of Parenting
In eight weeks time I will have been married for a whole year. When I got married last year, I wasn’t sure I was doing the right thing. I didn’t even know if I loved my husband, let alone wanted to spend the rest of my life with him. Marriage was a way of making… Continue reading Marriage