Why would anyone make their posts private? Read my thoughts and let me know if you would have done something different.
Becoming a new mother is hard enough, then throw in a global pandemic to the mix! Thoughts from a new mother during these times.
I'm a guest over at one of my favourite midlife blogs - Sue's Sizzling Towards 60 and Beyond, as part of her Ageing Well, Living Well series. Please pop over, have a read and share your thoughts.
You can ring my bell, ring my bell....but what is the best thing to do? A bike rider's dilemma.
How do you manage to balance life and your self care in today's world of social media?
What does peace mean to you? For Sunday Stills this week I've tried to capture some peaceful images from our travels to the other side of the world.
Globetrotting Granny Debs has a new grandbaby on the way and couldn't be happier. Meet Gundoo 🙂
Here are the results to my short poll from a few months ago when I asked for your thoughts on how you blog? It seems we're quite a spontaneous bunch! Read on for more results.
Words of wisdom from a friend "feelings take a lot longer to catch up to events", this was just what I needed to hear, after a broken tooth derailed my return home. I've got this!!
Are you ageing well, do you think? This month it's Ageing Well In August with tips and prompts to help us age and live well. Here's my third weekly wrap-up.
Are you a blogger? If so, how do you do it? Take the short poll in my post and share your thoughts. Everyone has their own way of blogging and no way is right or wrong.
Are you ageing well, do you think? This month it's Ageing Well In August with tips and prompts to help us age and live well. Here's my second weekly wrap-up.
What makes you laugh? I was lucky to be in the audience of a live radio show last week and it was loads of fun!
Are you ageing well, do you think? This month it's Ageing Well In August with tips and prompts to help us age and live well.
A guest post from Sue, all about the Seasons of Life and how each cycle teaches us to live a better life. Sue is my co-host for #JournalinginJuly
If you could choose 5 things you don't want in your life, what would you choose? Here are my thoughts in a guest post on Sue's blog - Sizzling Towards 60 & Beyond. Negativity/meanness, toxic people, being overwhelmed, fake people and a world without smiles and laughter - these are things that made my list for this #JournalinginJuly prompt. Pop over to Sue's blog to read the whole post 🙂
I crossed something off my Retirement To-Do list recently, not because I'd completed it, as you might expect, but because I'd lost interest in it. I'd lost my drive, my passion, my joy for it. Where did it go and is this cause for concern?
As I've been described as a 'hummingbird on speed', this article really appealed to me 🙂 According to Elizabeth Gilbert - The world is divided into two types of people. There are the hummingbirds, and there are the jackhammers. Although I'm not a huge fan of Elizabeth Gilbert, this article on Mamamia, caught my attention. …
I have just completed an easy questionnaire on the subject of retirement. I found out about this project from another midlife blogger and decided to add my voice to the story. If you are a woman and you're retired I highly recommend you join up and share your story and thoughts, it's for a good …