How I'm keeping warm this winter.
Designer style from TK Maxx.
Finding the perfect maxi.
The floral jumpsuit of dreams.
So I wrote a post a month ago on feeling broody with the fitting title Maybe Baby?
Those who follow this blog, might know that the last 12 months have not been the easiest for my family and I.
A guest post By Lucy Griffiths: I’m going to let you into a secret, there is another way of working that works for mums, and I hope this will inspire you.
Welcome to the latest Brilliant Blog Posts folks and apologies it's late by 24 hours but I was hanging out with the incredibly Dawn O'Porter last night but more of that next week! Thanks for your patience and do link up today! This week I'm sharing a...
I'm endlessly asked how I've reached a place where I feel consistently confident and the answer is, if I'm honest, (Honest Mum here, right?) I don't ALWAYS feel confident, no one can constantly feel confident in themselves or their abilities and have faith in their potential, but yes, for the most part, I do feel confident in who I am and what I do.
So, I meant to write up separate posts for each individual outfit you can see below but then I thought, why not combine all these recent style shots into a one little look book of a post or a mini catalogue mor...
'What isn't in my make up bag?!' is probably a better title to this post and video because wo, amigos, making this film made me stop, recognise and importantly reorganise- not just my make up bag but also my life.
Over on my YouTube channel I unboxed the Louis Vuitton Neverfull Monochrome bag back in August but forget to share it here too #badblogger. I love this bag with all my heart and literally carry my entire life around in it!
The 13th of October?! Really?! Where the heck is this month going?! Wow! Thanks goodness autumn is a complete and utter babe though hey-russet leaves dancing in the sun and conker hunts on weekends. Anyw...
How to stop comparing yourself to others!
Anoushka Beazley is author of debut novel 'The Good Enough Mother': a satirical, black comedy about a woman who cannot afford to pay her daughters private school tuition so she turns to criminal means. Anoushka is also a freelance writer, has a post graduate diploma in Acting, a BA Hons in Film and an MA in Creative Writing.
So FOMO means the 'fear of missing out' (FYI those who have no idea 'Hi Dad') with the online dictionary informing me it's, 'Anxiety that an exciting or interesting event may currently be happening elsewhere, often aroused by posts seen on a social media website' (please tell me you also laughed out loud at 'aroused' and the use of 'website' after social media-yes I might need to grow up #natch).
I love, love, love an LBD (as those who follow me and my LBD-obsessed ways here, already know), but I do like to cheat on my go-to black with it's classic sister from another mister: red, adoring the whole spectrum from scarlet to ruby, peach, crimson russet and even oxblood and maroon.
Can we take a minute to talk money.
We're often scared to follow our professional dreams as mothers aren't we? You, I, no doubt most women reading this blog post (those not yet mothers too) because most of us have the desire to have both-a family and successful career, yet so often, as women we're made to feel by others, perpetuated by the media and society as a whole, that we can't lead, achieve and reach the top of our profession, while raising a family.