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Lockdown #2: keep on keeping on


Learn a new language, learn to knit, spend time with your wonderful kids, build an online business. Just some of the helpful suggestions available to me on social media, after the compulsory 'oh have you tried Joe Wicks??' (no actually, I run every day so there). I'm getting by day to day. I'm working bloody hard, we have clients still very much in business and expecting and needing us to be focussed on them more than ever. I'm trying (failing) to help the girls with school stuff. … [Continue reading]

Dystopian Reality


Coronavirus. One of things that belongs in a book, probably by George Orwell or maybe Margaret Atwood if she was feeling cheerful. It's taken everyone by surprise, off guard, trousers down. We're all in shock. Is that happening now in the modern day? Now when we have so much technology to do everything for us? Can something as seemingly normal as a virus actually floor us to this extent? Of course it can. And to many on the internet we knew it was coming, I know, I watched the Bill Gates … [Continue reading]

Q&A with Kathrin Burckhardt and Julie Barnes, Co-Founders of Cat in a Flat


I do love my cats, we have two, Rosie and Maddie and they are such a part of the family that we miss them terribly when we go away. I'm lucky enough to have a very committed Dad who comes and feeds the cats twice a day (by bike I might add, aged 81) … [Continue reading]

Thank you Kelloggs Nutri-Grain – you understand my life


s Breaking my blog silence for this one. I know it's a PR story but fair play to the PR agency because any normal mum (without 24 hour support and on tap help) will feel bloody knackered by the time they get to work and no one but no one will … [Continue reading]

Life and stuff like that..

mum spawn

I saw a post on Facebook from Susanna Scott of A Modern Mother and Britmums fame recently. She had posted a link to the first British Mummy Bloggers carnival in 2010. One of my posts was in it, 20:20 Hindsight which was nice. So I read it of … [Continue reading]

9 Things to Do With The Kids at Half Term

I seem to spend a lot of time lately searching 'things to do with kids'. I think this is because they are at the age where they want to get out and do interesting stuff, the same old parks and places are becoming boring (their words not mine, I … [Continue reading]

I am Wonderwoman


I woke up this morning feeling less than wonderful. Sore throat, headache, felt like cement had been poured into my ear overnight. Not hungover I might add, just bone-achingly tired for a variety of reasons. So it was with delight that on entering … [Continue reading]

Yoga, Green Tea and Me

Gorgeous Wide Eye Ethical Beauty box

Everything I do in my life I tend to go at with total and complete enthusiasm. For about a month or two. Sometimes longer but in the words of Joan Armatrading - the passion fades. So it is rather refreshing that the slightly strange and unintended … [Continue reading]

Restore to Factory Settings

When our devices go wrong we normally have a moment's panic, followed by anger, exasperation and finally resignation; of course this would happen wouldn't it because everything that can go wrong does go wrong? So we rant and rave a bit, spend a few … [Continue reading]



First off I'm delighted that I managed to figure out how to access this blog again. I thought it was lost and gone forever and that the world would be left without any more of my hugely talented writing. But NO the universe was looking on at me and … [Continue reading]