I SWEAR IN FRONT OF MY KID, AND I MAKE NO APOLOGIES FOR IT….

Ok so if you followed my stories on Instagram over the weekend you’ll know this sparked great debate or rather, C-gate as I’ve now coined it. I said the word cunt on my stories, then quickly followed it up with the fact that Ciara was in bed with me at the time. She was, butContinue reading “I SWEAR IN FRONT OF MY KID, AND I MAKE NO APOLOGIES FOR IT….”

Tired and Needy – the follow up to Love For Lockdown.

I wrote a post a little over a week ago about my love for lockdown. I still love lots about it, like the family bubble and not having to worry about the outside world. In fact I still love it—full stop! Buuuuuut, I’m also losing my shit a bit. I’m still worrying about stuff thatContinue reading “Tired and Needy – the follow up to Love For Lockdown.”

A Decade Of Lessons

The last 10 years Well, it’s been a testing decade that’s for sure, but it’s also been the most amazing pilgrimage of self discovery I’ve ever been on. I feel like the last decade is where I really became an adult and anything before was part of my youth. In 2010 I was glassed inContinue reading “A Decade Of Lessons”

Save me

I started writing this last week and it’s taken me ages to finish because I have so much to say but also it could probably be more condensed. Bear with…. To anyone feeling like they’re making a mess of their life and unsure which way is up. I have some advice, it may not beContinue reading “Save me”

Do you know Carol?

If anyone’s ever referred to you as a nutter, a drama queen or an attention seeker because you opened up about your mental health, then you may have some things in common with Carol. There’s a fine line between getting a pat on the back for opening up and being called an attention seeker forContinue reading “Do you know Carol?”

10 things I’ve come to accept after having kids.

1. Being ignored – yep, you can kiss goodbye the idea of a toddler listening intently to anything you have to say. Their cute little elfin ears are only there for decorative purposes! 2. I’m a shit cook. – I must be because I can’t fathom another reason why my kid prefers Birdseye fish fingersContinue reading “10 things I’ve come to accept after having kids.”

You say too much online

You say too much! You post too much! You’re inviting trolls! Nobody cares! All comments I’ve received in the previous month or so some from friends and family, from a place of love I’m sure, and some from friends of friends, strangers and random ‘trolls’. The problem I have with these comments is they’re incorrect.Continue reading “You say too much online”

Parenting with booze

Friday is coming around quick smart and we’re off to Beni with the diva, on her first abroad holiday. I’m already dreading the plane journey, I know a potty accident or a tantrum is bound to occur. But whilst I moan and await my child’s drama to unfold, I got thinking about the ‘booze Britain’Continue reading “Parenting with booze”

The truth behind living life to it’s fullest – By Sandra Skelton.

I am a huge believer in the idea that you only get one chance at life and that it is not a dress rehearsal. To ignore that will only bring you regret of a life wasted. It took me a very long time to learn the truth behind those statements and with that knowledge IContinue reading “The truth behind living life to it’s fullest – By Sandra Skelton.”

5 things not to say to someone with mental health problems.

1) But why are you depressed? What have you got to be depressed about. Maybe nothing. Why have you got a cold when it’s warm outside? Getting the message? Things that seem trivial to some are huge for others and maybe there’s not a specific reason. Remember it’s a chemical imbalance, an illness like anyContinue reading “5 things not to say to someone with mental health problems.”