This is a self indulgent post but I just really wanted to get it out. Read if you wish 🙂 Overall I am a confident person. But as I’ve suggested in a previous post, I really have to watch myself because I can slip into serious self doubt, low confidence, and at times (too many … More Sometimes I love myself
Perception is a a really powerful thing. Marketeers use it to their advantage or task themselves in changing the publics perception of a brand. But how you are/feel you are perceived as a person can have a really powerful affect on your mind and make you question how well you know yourself. I found this … More Perception
One of our first lessons in life is on stranger danger, and rightly so – as a child you obviously need to learn to say no to strangers and potential dangers. ……..but I feel this without a doubt is continued into adulthood, at least in the U.K. where people don’t say hello to others in … More Say no to strangers……?
It’s a common feeling that when grandparents or parents pass away people feel guilty that they didn’t give them enough time and patience. My 87 year old great aunt ruby, having never married or had children, has always been a staple part of the family. Always been there at every family event and I probably … More How did I not notice?!
I introduced my mother in my first blog…..but a recent trip to London gave me the urge to share her lovely, yet nutty misunderstood self. The mother doesn’t really do public transport, so when we did get on the train and there weren’t two seats together, she couldn’t understand why her declaring this outloud didn’t … More Re-introducing the woman who sent back a finger bowl because it was too cold……
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So here I am, Christmas 2015…..living back home with my crazy but lovable family after 8 years of independence following the break up of a 10 year relationship. Yes it was my decision, a long, hard, painful decision. But sadly it was the right one.…