Hi all, what a sad day it’s been for London, and the world. It’s so hard to know how to express the sadness, particularly to my kids. I want them to inherit a safe world.

I’m thinking and praying for everyone affected by today’s tragedy.

I wasn’t sure if people might want to link up today but blogging for me has always been my therapy as well as a place that feels safe. Somewhere that’s my metaphorical home.

With that in mind, I welcome you in for tea, biscuits, a virtual hug and chance to add your posts, vlogs and videos if you’d like to. They can be of any genre, archived or new and as many as you like.

Simply comment on my post linked up and others which catch your eye and please link back or add my badge to the posts you link up here.

Most importantly, connect, and feel supported and inspired. Art is meaningful, powerful and ture and I feel grateful to have so many of you who want to share my corner of the internet.

This week, I’m shining a light on my 5 top creativity boosters to help get those artistic juices flowing. We all experience times we might feel stuck and these quick and easy boosts really help me. I hope they work for you too.

writing with a cappuccino

As always please link up your posts and videos and if you’d like a RT, tweet me your urls with a image @honestmum.

I look forward to checking your work out,

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20 Responses

  1. MyCityMyLondon

    Yes its all a bit sad really! Prayers and thoughts with the family involved.

    I hope you have had a lovely week

  2. Natasha

    Lovely idea to continue with the links. It’s a terribly sad time but everybody needs a bit of light relief and what better way to do that than reading other people’s handiwork!
    This is my first attempt at this as I only started my blog on Monday but looking forward to it.

  3. Kimberly - Media Mummy

    Hi Vicki,
    First time I’m linking up amazingly… I find writing and reading therapeutic too and it seems wrong not to try to carry on as normal in the face of tragedy. I will enjoy looking at happier links today, so have included a lovely and uplifting experience I had recently xx

  4. MMT at

    I echo your thoughts today V, I wondered whether to run #coolmumclub but the biggest action we can do to show these evil people we will not be beaten, is to carry on, with even more love and positivity than before. Xx

  5. Catherine, Not Dressed As Lamb

    Thank you Vicki for still hosting the link up – I think it’s important to focus on the positives as you say and this is one of the best places in the blogosphere for that. Such a very, very sad though.

    Catherine x

  6. Laurie

    So sad. I was only driving through that spot 48hrs ago. The place was heaving with tourist taking in all the greatness of London.
    Thank you for hosting Vicki x


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