I'm a girl's girl, always have been, always will be.
Wednesday saw me slide (literally) as the roads were so icy over to STEP in Leeds, a charity committed to helping the elderly.
I regularly blog about the wonderful kick-ass women in my world and I'm still buzzing from the incredible energy surrounding International Women's Day.
I love Mother's Day.
I am incredibly honoured that Sport Relief have asked me to become an ambassador for the Sport Relief Games.
So Tuesday was a rather exciting day! Thanks to John at Dad Blog UK's recommendation, I was invited to Sky TV to film an edited version of my post on the Imposter Syndrome for 'Morning Stories' a series on Sky News where academics, bloggers and media experts share their opinions on all manner of topics from politics to well-being and beyond.
I've been on the receiving end of 'Mean Girl' style behaviour in the past and I bet you have too.
I LOVE my blogging life, it's everything and more I could have wished for from a way of life and full time job which sees me share what matters to me.
It's a transitional time of year, some days are freezing cold, others are faux summer's days. What's a stylish gal to do?
I've pondered a while whether I should write this post, air my views and explore a subject that frankly, needs more airing and exploring. A grey area I've shied away from writing. For fear of being judged, of being considered 'too white' to have experienced racism, for fear of not being taken seriously.