You have lofty ideals about what you will and won't do with your imaginary children. Then the reality of parenthood nappy-slaps you off that pedestal. Things I promised my pre-baby self I'd never do:
Resist at your peril, social media is on the RISE, Facebook has “800 million active users, 50% of whom pop in on any given day”.
Amsterdam, the city that never sleeps, the city of sin, well that is, if the large droves of uncouth British men flocking to the city for a ‘stag do’, are anything to go by. Women behind windows in the infamous red light district posing for passers by like meat on sticks, weed pouring out of every cafe that is supposed to sell ‘coffee.’
When Honest Mum asked me to do a guest post I was delighted. She’s a cool chick who loves beautiful things just as much as I do, so how could I refuse. And since I’m holidaying in my homeland of India, I thought I would share some goodies from here. I’ve come across lots of lovely kiddy stuff that I could bring you but I’ve decided to share my absolute favourite Indian store called Good Earth,
Growing up, my Mum always worked. Primarily in offices working as a secretary, but there were times, when we were younger, when she worked in the fields during the holidays. She picked fruit and vegetables, and, come rain or shine, we would go along with her. Childcare options were few and far between.
Well today's my birthday and I hit 31. Not quite as glam and glossy as the big 30 but I've so far celebrated in style anyhow.
It's just my opinion but I've experienced a lot of 'over sharing' of late on various social networking sites.
Thrillaxing. What am I on about? Holidaying that's what. A holiday that's so thrilling, it's relaxing. 64% of UK travellers think 'thrillaxing' is the best route to a relaxing holiday according to new research. Still not sure what I mean?