The female body may be a mystery to many, but shouldn’t be to the woman who lives in it. From first flushes 20 years ago, to an eye-opening 12 months, I’ve been on my own path of discovery. … More Seeing Red
That age old question – do people really change? When we adapt and grow into new situations, are we becoming someone else, or do the fundamentals of who we are actually change at all? I have a feeling it’s a bit of both. If I think about the person I am today, I can barely … More Who Do You Think You Are?
Today is a momentous day. As I’m sure most over-excited organised people do, I have several ‘days left’ countdown widgets on my phone as we crawl towards exciting dates in the diary. Today, we hit 299 days till the wedding. Every time we break a hundreds barrier, we get a bit giddier, and it becomes … More The Road to Mrs #3
The other day I realised something. For the last 6 years, I’ve worn two rings on my right hand, both gifts for my 18th birthday and both the only jewellery I tend to wear besides earrings. Yet the moment I received one destined for that third left finger, the others disappeared. It seems small and … More The Road To Mrs #2
The relationship between siblings cannot be replaced by any other connection – there’s something about sharing childhood and DNA that makes it stronger than anything I’ve come across. It survives through all phases of life from irritating toddler, to needy pre-teen, to angsty teenager, to adulthood. It develops into something special and deep, that no … More Long Distance Sisters
It’s finally that time of year. The dreariness of November has passed, and we now have extra days off work, an excuse to eat ridiculous amounts of food, and an acceptable time to wear gaudy knitwear. Yes, to state the obvious, it is December and time to get Christmassy. This is an odd season for … More New Festivities