A few weeks ago I posted a blog post opening up about my experience of TFMR, seven years ago. It was something that despite years of processing the trauma and healing, still felt incredibly difficult.more “TFMR Moments; Speak Your Truth”
Over the past year or so I’ve been seeking out small changes to my consumer behaviours which reduce my personal impact on the planet.
Each change or switch on it’s own might not move mountains, but I’m already starting to feel like the cumulative effect of consciously exploring options IS helping to reduce my carbon footprint.more “Simple sustainable swaps #BeTheChange”
As a generation of modern women, how we roll our eyes and laugh about the days women were ashamed to talk about periods to their children. I mean, imagine being too shamed to discuss the natural cycle of a woman’s hormones at an inevitable stage in her life.
Imagine anything more ridiculous than that.more “The Menopause – Am I ready?”
Despite the happy chaos of our every day family life, the trauma of losing our second daughter is never far from my mind. It’s a grief that has undoubtedly eased and lessened with time, but one that we carry with us as part of our very being; our family story and a memory that is important to preserve.more “TFMR : We lost our babies too”
February is the month of LOVE, and boy do we have so much love to give this year. The hug bank is overflowing, the weekends are empty and the idea of spreading a little love to those needing it right now is SO welcome.
But Love doesn’t just come in the form of cupids arrow, wobbly knees and lusting after the one of your dreams; Love truly is all around.more “Ways to #LoveYourLocalHospice this Valentines Day @ellenorcharity”
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When school closures were whispered about this time last year, it seemed like we were on the brink of apocalypse. Parents, like everyone else, fluctuated between thinking ‘surely not’ and ‘we’re all doomed’. And, when the homeschooling bomb was finally dropped back in late March, it came as a huge blow, especially amidst predictions of ‘a doomed generation.’more “Chain Reaction: Could Cycling Be The Ideal Sport For Your Home School?”