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This part of my blog represents my thoughts – sometimes deep and meaningful, other times frivolous but always over-opinionated (you know I have a view on everything, right?). Basically, all the stuff that’s in my head.

Some posts might be simply a review of the last book I read and others, more about what I’m learning in my current season of life.

Door ajar

Is There Anybody Out There?

Hello... Having not written on here for over a year, this is me tiptoeing in with my tail between my ...
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Rainbow in dark sky

Family Life in Lockdown | Different Strokes for Different Folks

I'm writing this on the eve of the first stage of lockdown (is it no. 3? I've lost count) lifting ...
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Finding our Roar

On Finding Our Roar

If you're a parent of teenagers, you will likely know how much they enjoy making you the butt of the ...
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September Unsplash

Things I Don’t Know

In case anyone has been living under a rock lately, it's 'back to school' week here in the UK. School ...
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Cornish beach

An End of Summer Catch Up

It's been a weird season; understatement of the year right there. Since the official UK lockdown ended and we began ...
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Life in Lockdown {Dear Future Me}

I went back to work this week and slotted into my old routine at an alarmingly fast pace. Whilst it ...
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Cow Parsley

Life in Lockdown {Something and Nothing}

I fear that my blog is in danger of becoming very 'samey' as I publish weekly posts about this weird ...
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spring flowers

Life in Lockdown {The Never-Ending Rollercoaster Ride Continues}

It's the end of week 7 and I'm still on the lockdown rollercoaster - an inspired and content few days ...
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pink blossom blue sky

Life in Lockdown {What’s Next?}

Like most of us, I've lost track of the days and weeks in lockdown. The one thing I do remember, ...
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bluebells in the woods

Life in Lockdown {When the Dust Settles}

Before reading this post, I realise that I have written it from a place of great privilege. No close family ...
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