Interview with Joanna Forest.
We're all endlessly juggling a million plates, right? Being a parent means having less time and patience with of a lot more responsibility than ever. That's getting older generally, but the pro to all this pressure of adulting means being forced to become more ruthless with your time and energy, prioritising which plates matter most.
I'm a girl's girl, always have been, always will be.
My super cool husband Peter is someone who dresses classically casual when it comes to every day pieces-stylish but understated: Gap jeans, Ralph Lauren tees and polos, converse white and brown (leather in ...
Readers who also follow me on Facebook, will know that my husband Peter has developed his own fan club of late. OK time for some honesty... put your hand up if you really only follow the blog to swoon at Peter...? OK you can put your hand down now ;)
I'm going through that stage where I physically can't wait to meet my baby and see his little face. You know that crazy 'time-stops-still' moment where they hand you your offspring for the first time and you remain in shock for the next two years, yeah that...
If you follow this here blog, you will know that London is where I have lived for the last 11 years until approximately 6 months ago when I moved back to my hometown of Leeds.
I seem to have something in common with adulterers and secret agents. "My name's Vicki and I'm leading a double life". There, I said it. I recently seem to be spending half my life with my husband and 16 month old boy in Leeds, the other half in meetings and working/and sometimes playing with my other family: my close friends in London.