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Welcome to this week’s Brilliant Blog Posts – the self-proclaimed most fabulous linky in town 😉 !

This week I’m sharing a post on an issue that has haunted me most of my adult life – worrying what people think of me!

Worrying about other people’s perceptions is something that affects most people – it’s human nature after all, we want to be liked right- but following a lunch date with my friend, the actress and all round wonder woman, Harriet Thorpe (who’ll you’ll know from Ab Fab and many other wonderful programmes and films)- I have reached a turning point…

I’ve 100% stopped worrying about what other people think of me!

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Read more about it and Harriet’s words of wisdom here.

I’m also sharing my AMAZING experience with Britmums and the Lawn Tennis Association, which saw my two sons have tennis lessons with world tennis ace Annabel Croft no less! Perks of being a blogger’s baba right?

Annabel CroftBall BoyAnnabel CroftPost-session we headed off to watch the Davis Cup – our seats were so close to the court that I could literally smell Andy Murray’s sweat! 😉

Andy Murray wins the Davis Cup

The Tennis Law Association are giving 10,000 UK kids free lessons this summer so don’t miss the post on our ace day and more details about it all here.

Please don’t forget to comment on these two posts of mine as a thank you for being the hostess with the mostess *swishes hair and go ahead and add as many posts as you like, archived, new or both!

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P.S Something a bit lovely and surreal happened this week when a well-known celebrity datebase asked to list me as a celebrity blogger! I’m sure Zoella won’t be worrying any time soon and I’m definitely not a celeb but it was a sweet email to receive and did make me laugh!

As always thank you for your endless support, it means the world to me!

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38 Responses

  1. Pen

    Hehee, thanks for hosting as usual. Does Andy Murray’s sweat smell sweeter than the rest?

  2. Sarah

    Yes we all do definitely worry too much about what other people think of us. I think it’s hard thing to completely ignore! We all want to appreciated. Thanks for hosting this fab link up!

  3. A Mum Track Mind

    Thanks for hosting – this is one of my favourite linkys – such a large variety of posts to read and enjoy – thought provoking and often either moving or funny! Off to grab a coffee and enjoy working my way through some of these gems now. Thanks again x

  4. Eb Gargano

    Awesome posts today, Vicki, and thanks, as always, for hosting this fab linkup – you are most definitely the hostess with the mostess 🙂 Eb x

  5. John Adams

    Quite right not to care Vicki. For what it’s worth, I’ve always found you to be a marvellous individual. ‘Sleb database hey? Personally, I think Zoella may have something to worry about! Thanks for hosting your brilliant linky. One of my faves.

  6. Debbie

    Hi Vicki, I’ve certainly become less worried about what people think of me as I’ve gotten older (life is just too short and I’m worrying is never going to change what they think).I’m always interested to read how other people deal with it.

    I remember having tennis lessons many moons ago, it was fun and I remember having a laugh, probably because I was so bad at it.

    Thanks for hosting.


    • Honest Mum

      Thank you lovely, so important to reach that point and I really feel I’m there. Tennis is such a wonderful sport, all that matters is finding sport fun right (bet you were great anyway)!x

  7. manstayshome

    Thanks for the link up! Love the tennis post – my eldest is getting into tennis comps – we’re hoping to get Davis Cup tickets (fingers crossed!)

    PS – The recent post about being out shopping and experiencing race related comments was really thought-provoking. Thanks for sharing your personal experiences – it means a lot to the reader.


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