Hello, lovely readers. I know I’ve been absent for some time but I hope you’ve been enjoying the giggles over at Life, kids and a glass of red on Facebook.
It’s been what I refer to as a ‘season of stress’. I see a season of stress as any period that causes additional stress or pressure in your day to day life. Whether that may be a major project deadline at work, a sick child or an upheaval such as moving house.
I’m exhausted and run down, but I’m finally starting to follow my own advice. Stupid, hey, that I didn’t just do all this in the first place? Continue reading
I’ve never been a fan of New Year’s resolutions. To me, they seem to have negative connotations, emphasizing that you need to change something about your life because you’re doing it wrong. You’re too fat, you’re not being healthy, you’re not well-travelled, etc etc.
I like the idea of doing things that make you a better you. Easy aspirations. Things that make you feel happy and have positive associations.
I’ve seen some great goals going around on social media which have helped inspire me, so here are some ideas that you may want to try. Continue reading
I’m all for ageing gracefully
I get that as we age, things change.
I have wrinkles around my eyes, which I say are laughter lines. Sounds so much better that way. Although it was so kindly pointed out to me once by a beautician who barely looked old enough to have finished primary school, that I probably should start thinking about using an eye cream to reduce those wrinkles.
I was 26 when she told me that…. Continue reading
School holidays are here for most states, and with the long Easter break coming up soon, here are some fab books to pack when you go away, or perfect for relaxing at home. Continue reading
Looking for some recommendations for must-watch shows on Netflix?
Here are some shows that will have you hooked in no time. Continue reading
Random acts of kindness. You don’t seem to hear much about them these days. All the news we seem to hear is about atrocities, terror, disasters, corruption. Can we change this, please? Continue reading
I love the idea of Christmas traditions. Something you get to look forward to each year and to enjoy as a family.
But I find by the end of the year, everyone is so exhausted, I don’t want to make plans for huge, amazing things as I know we’ll all just be a) too tired b) too busy, or c) don’t care because of a) and b). But there are a few things we have managed to start and continue as a family tradition. Continue reading