Guest blogger Hannah on when time pressure is constantly there, and ticking away. When I was 15, a doctor took one look at a scan of my heart and said airily, “If you want to have a family, you’d better … Continue reading The Grass Is Greener: Start Early
This was the word. The word that made my skin crawl, my stomach lurch, and helped tear my heart and mind in two. Failure. My marriage had failed. We had failed. I had failed. Failed to be a good enough … Continue reading A-Z of Divorce: F…is for Failure
‘How much more will your Father who is in heaven give good gifts to those who ask him!’ I’ve heard it said that people really knew what it was like to see God as a father when they had their … Continue reading Fathers
Sunglasses and an oversized sun hat? Check! Flip flops on and several books tucked under my arm? Check! Covered from head to toe in factor 50? Check! Somehow I think this isn’t quite what the advert has in mind… Bombarded by … Continue reading Are you beach body ready?
I am, according to this excellent quiz, a constant craver. This is not a surprise. If I’m making a lasagne, I eat most of the cheese before it’s made it to the meal. If I’m having salad with my dinner … Continue reading A-Z of Divorce: E…is for Eating (or not)
I love these stickers from Gemma Correll – ‘I wish I still got stickers for doing hard stuff’ – because when did I stop getting stickers for the dentists? Gone are the days when I walked out with a balloon … Continue reading I am an adult – or ‘Why I don’t get stickers at the dentists’