2017-03-20
Hygge life - journaling and mugs of tea

This is your chance to shine

I procrastinate. I will admit it. I procrastinate and I sometimes need a kick up the arse to get motivated again.  I think we all have these moments at some time or another. For creative types it can come more frequently than we would like to admit.  It is easy to push things to one
-> Continue reading This is your chance to shine

Let’s talk Hygge

Over the last year or so you may have seen this strange Danish word knocking around online and in books. You would be forgiven for expecting it to be a new piece of must have furniture from a designer brand or just a mash of keys pressed in anger. In fact it is neither, and
-> Continue reading Let’s talk Hygge

2016 Round Up

It’s almost midnight, Boxing Day is almost over and I am tired. I hurt in places I didn’t know existed, I have laughed, I have cried, I have cooked, I have been a hostess, I have eaten and drunk way too much and I have loved every moment of it. Now its all over, I
-> Continue reading 2016 Round Up

Tackling winter allergies

The summer maybe over and most allergy sufferers take a huge sigh of relief as the pollen count and hayfever risk level drops as the trees shed their leaves for the autumn and winter months.  There are still a good few who suffer from airborne allergies through the winter months and many of these triggers
-> Continue reading Tackling winter allergies

Christmas comes but once a year – but if you are a blogger it lasts for MONTHS!

Yes, I am already thinking about Christmas, and I have already got the decorations out.  You may think I am mad but as a blogger this is quite normal.  This year I am undertaking a task that has had me up at night counting the days till Christmas, and not in a good way –
-> Continue reading Christmas comes but once a year – but if you are a blogger it lasts for MONTHS!

Hayfever and Allergy Relief with #Serenz – Product Review

This summer has been a bit of a right off for most, which for anyone who suffers with hayfever can tell you that its actually been a lovely summer in their eyes – no pun intended. Nathan suffers greatly from allergies and we have not been able to pin point what it is that sets
-> Continue reading Hayfever and Allergy Relief with #Serenz – Product Review

The Sunday Chart run down of a Fibromyalgia Sufferer

I know the charts are on Fridays now, but to me a Sunday afternoon would always be reserved for listening to the radio because you knew in those 3 hours, your current favourite song would be played during the top 40.  With fond memories of those good Sunday afternoons, here is my top ten current
-> Continue reading The Sunday Chart run down of a Fibromyalgia Sufferer

Tips for realistic menu planning for feeding the family

Look around online and you will find plenty of posts and websites about how to feed your family on a budget. They are everywhere and range from the “frozen food and packet food is fantastic” to “we must have 15 portions of fruit and veg a day or we will die” type posts. They range
-> Continue reading Tips for realistic menu planning for feeding the family

My first time – Doing THE SEX

As a teenager growing up, what did you think your first time was going to be like? Yes folks, I am talking about “The Sex”. Did you imagine roses, a huge comfortable bed, romance like in the movies. You and your then boyfriend in a mad passionate embrace that felt like it would never end?
-> Continue reading My first time – Doing THE SEX

Invisible Illnesses – A Poem

I sleep, and then I sleep some more, For my body aches, to move, it is sore, For I have an illness that no-one can see, Driving me mad, wondering, “Is it just me?”, Am I broken, or maybe just going mad? But then I am told, my immune system is sad. Sad and confused
-> Continue reading Invisible Illnesses – A Poem