Transported Back To Childhood

Seeing bubbles floating in the air reminds me of being a child. I used to think that if a big bubble landed on me, it would float away with me, and how great it would be to land somewhere foreign and new. I'll make do with aeroplanes for now, for that it is was brought... Continue Reading →

Add A Sprinkle Of Positivity

The way we say things, whether out loud or in our heads is really telling. It reflects our outlook of the situation and can influence how we feel about it. What if we made a concious effort to rephrase our words and thoughts to be more positive? I know it's not realistic to be Mary... Continue Reading →

FOMO = TMC (Too Many Commitments)

Invitations can be like buses. Nothing for a while and then you're invited to four things in one day. You have FOMO so you say yes to all four. You spend the week before excited about all your plans. When people ask 'what are you up to this weekend?', it feels great to say 'oh... Continue Reading →

Because It’s Christmas

I thought I'd have a go at writing a poem... Because it's Christmas. Slut dropping with colleagues on your work's Christmas do, (not me or you) having your first Bailey's at noon, well more like ten to. Getting cabs everywhere, buying a rounds for thirteen, because you can afford it, it's Christmas you see. The... Continue Reading →

In Your Own Time

Nature never rushes, yet everything gets done. Donald L. Hicks, Look into the stillness We've all done it, been running a little behind schedule and trying to do a million things at once. I try not to, but it happens more than once in a while. One Friday morning, I was getting dressed for work... Continue Reading →

Seasonal Mood

It's officially autumn! After such a surprisingly hot UK summer, this is a hard pill for me to swallow. I am one of those people who is affected by the weather. The shorter days at this time of year mean that my mood and motivation need a little nudge in autumn, and a full on... Continue Reading →

Don’t Ask, Don’t Get

Let me tell you a story. On one of my Dad's weekend visits to stay with me in London, I took him around Shoreditch for the day. It's cool, edgy and has lots of great pop-ups. We popped into Spitalfields Market, and after a good browse around, hunger set in. Dad settled on Poppie's Fish... Continue Reading →

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