We’ve all been there, and I firmly believe that anyone who says they haven’t is lying. We’re human beings, and sometimes the reasons for our lack of patience aren’t even necessarily all that logical or rational, but that’s life! My
Most of us feel the pinch in January, what with the aftermath and indulgence of Christmas and the New Year. Credit cards are nearing their limits, and bank balances are looking less than healthy. Gone are the days of “fuck
Christmas is around the corner and everyone is making plans to spend quality time with their friends and loved ones. This is the most magical time of the year and it tends to bring back happy memories of family gatherings and charming traditions.
Modern parenting, especially mamahood, seems to come with a list as long as your arm of things you really should be doing in order to be a “good” mum. I genuinely don’t believe that all of it is entirely necessary,
There are a lot of things from bygone eras that are definitely better off left where they are (those Adidas trackies with the poppers up the sides? No ta) but I have no problem looking to previous generations for Mamahood inspiration and how to create more me time.