Whilst we will not shy away from a winter hibernation, blankets and woolly jumpers, there are plenty of reasons why we enjoy the warmer months, too. Here’s why we find it easy to fall in love with summer…
Next door have already kicked off about the noise the kids are making in the garden, you think the dog might have swallowed some Lego and you are wondering if it’s OK to have a gin as you secretly count how many days there are left until September.
I was going to write a brilliant blog on this topic, but somewhere between thinking about it and actually writing it, the ideas all fell out of my brain. That’s the only way I can describe it … things just fall out of my brain.
Aunt Flo. Time of the month. Shark week. Got the painters in. Code red. Girl flu. Leak week. Call periods whatever you like … I’m over the whole thing. I’ve had enough now. I just want perimenopause to be over. It’s not funny any more.
In today’s blog, we’re going to have a look at the pros and cons of returning to the office and some of the things we’re going to miss about working from home full time. After spending virtually two years locked up in our homes, many of us have developed a better work/life balance, so what will the impact of returning to the office have on us moving forward?
It might be written or spoken, but we can guarantee that you will have a pet-hate list of words or phrases that really get on your nerves. You’ll spot them in an email, on social media, in a text or hear them spoken and your teeth will immediately go on edge. At this moment inContinue reading “It’s only words: Phrases that grind our gears!”
If only I could make life perfect. What new year resolutions would I write for other people to stop everyone getting on my absolute tits?
‘Twas the period called ‘Twixmas’ and all through the house,the family was knackered, including the mouse. It’s a strange time of year – a real no-mans land.We lose track of the days and don’t understand. Mum was hormonal and bursting to cry.Dad was bewildered and wondering why? She’s suffering, see, with that damn menopause.Her faceContinue reading “An Ode to Twixmas”
T’was the night before Christmas and all through the house, not a creature was stirring…. Apart from a middle-aged woman covered in sellotape, necking her third glass of red wine whilst she desperately tried to finish wrapping the last minute Amazon delivery with one eye on a ‘To Do’ list that still stretched a mileContinue reading “The Night Before Christmas – Tips for the Frazzled”
For women or men with lazy partners everywhere, today’s blog is just for you. We’re going to share some top tips for motivating your partner to get off their arse and help you. One person in the relationship shouldn’t have to do all the housework, laundry and cooking. You signed up to be someone’s partner in love and life, not their bloody housekeeper!