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!
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?
Post-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! 😉
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.
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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!
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