“I have not failed 10,000 times. I have not failed once. I have succeeded in proving that those 10,000 ways will not work.” Thomas Edison I give myself a lot of grief for not seeing things through. I’m a quitter. I start things that I don’t finish. Someone said something similar to me a while ago,… Continue reading I Haven’t Failed
I have so many half completed posts about various topics I’ve been planning to write about for months and months. When I sat down at my computer an hour ago, I planned to finish up one or two of them, but my head won’t let me focus. I don’t know if that’s because it’s 1.16am… Continue reading Everything is okay.
Yesterday afternoon, the three of us went for a lovely walk up Leith Hill. We really wanted to go for a walk and I haven’t been to Leith Hill in ages, and the views at the top are so incredibly beautiful, especially now that the leaves have turned an amazing array of yellows, reds, pinks… Continue reading Leith Hill on a Sunday Afternoon
It’s been a while since I’ve posted (again). Predictability isn’t my forte. Since my last post, we’ve been to Holland, I went blonde and we bought a tent! Recently, I’ve been thinking a lot about being present. When life becomes completely occupied with staying afloat and getting from one day to the next, I forget… Continue reading Being Present
Today, 23rd June, the UK had the opportunity to vote for whether it would like to remain or to leave the European Union. The polling stations are closing imminently and the ballot papers will soon begin to be counted. Over the past few months, convincing arguments have been made for both remaining in and leaving… Continue reading EU Referendum: Voting for peace
This is a rather personal post about my experience of having a copper coil (IUD) fitted. I decided to write this purely for the reason that it was helpful for me to read others’ experiences, but that I wished there were more so I was fully prepared for what to expect. As anyone reading my… Continue reading Let’s Get Personal: Coils, Hormones & PCOS
So, it’s been a crazy month – a rollercoaster month. The last time I published a post was nearly a month ago, and everything seems to have changed since then. I had a really tough few weeks towards the end of March and the beginning of April – a blog post going into a bit more… Continue reading Homeward Bound