Archive / Life / work

How being a ‘slashie’ wasn’t the balance I needed.

Earlier this year, if you’d asked me what I did for a living, I’d have said I was a slashie. It may sound like something from a rubbish horror film, but I […]

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Archive / Life

Nine Ways Brits React When The Sun Comes Out.

Finally the sun is out, and scorching through our frankly freezing July. Ok, not TECHNICALLY freezing, but resorting to socks and putting the heating on in July is just no acceptable OK? […]

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Archive / Books / Entertainment

Twenty Books I’m taking on my holiday.

Ok, by taking I mean downloading onto my kindle, because my husband is so tight we only have one 15kg bag between the four of us, for 10 days. But that aside, […]

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Archive / Entertainment

My Social Media is for me, not for you.

Unless you’ve been living in a cave, you can’t have missed that the kids are back at school and social media is filled with smiling children getting ready to start the new […]

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Archive / News & Politics

Why are we still talking about Theresa May’s shoes?

So once again women are being told what to wear. Prime Minister Theresa May has been encouraged to stop wearing her leopard-print kitten heels to help promote women’s rights. Yes, you did […]

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Archive / News & Politics

US Election: Clinton v Trump or Woman v Man?

I’m feeling nervous. Today America votes for their new president and I’m walking around with a my stomach clenched with unease. It’s similar to the feeling I had on the day of […]

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