Many months ago when my husband, Tom, and our friend, Lee signed up for The London to Brighton Off-Road Bike Ride for the British Heart Foundation, I'm sure they thought it would take a lot longer for the date to arrive. On a Friday night, September 2017, we were staying in a very noisy Travelodge … Continue reading Rooftops, Skies and the London to Brighton Bike Ride
Back in September 2015, for the first time ever, I went to a networking event with Networking Mummies. When I came home I had the urge to write about my experience. Whether its a new business event, the first time on the school run or you first time at the local mum & baby group, stepping … Continue reading Musings: My Networking Mummies Gold Star
Click here to Book Your Christmas Mini Session and £10 from your session will go to George's physiotherapy. Being a parent is hard. Sometimes it is really hard. Life throws a curve ball and parenthood is not what you expected. No one can prepare you for what lies ahead. I am sat here trying to … Continue reading Client Feature: The Maloney Family
Whilst the rise of the Internet can be attributed to bringing people together and making the world a much smaller place, making connections we may have never made without it, it has also made society and communication much more impersonal. Businesses may not have a shop front anymore, with someone manning the till. Instead we … Continue reading 26 facts about, well, me.
Apparently March 21st is Memory Day. Did you know that? I'm not entirely sure who named the day or when, but it got me thinking. How often do you go through your photos? What prompts you to look through them? I often look through family photos, at seemingly forgotten memories, only to have my mind … Continue reading Musings: Memories and Photography
I was born and bred in Dorchester, have lived in this part of Dorset for most of my life, but other than one wedding I have never been to Athelhampton House. (slaps wrist) So with hubby off work for the day and the sun shining we psyched ourselves up for a really long trip (all … Continue reading A family visit to Athelhampton House
CANCER. Its everywhere. And at the moment for our family, it really does feel like that. One person battling cancer is always a shock......but two? The last few weeks have gone by in a bit of a haze. At the end of August, my husband's mum was diagnosed with Breast Cancer following a … Continue reading A personal Post. Our family’s battle with cancer…..