Hygge; the only #lifehack you need

  If you’ve not heard the word Hygge then you’re clearly not part of the in crowd currently. Sorry about that. Hygge- pronounced ‘hue-ga’ actually refers to a feeling, an awareness or a sense. It’s a Danish noun which captures a cultural way of living which incorporates good stuff, things that make people happy (not […]

Who took my Mojo?

Apologies for my radio silence this past few weeks; no real reason or excuse, perhaps I just lost my mojo a bit. However, it’s back and it’s back because I’ve been supported by a range of people and events and choices. I’ve been lucky enough to spend some time at The Penny Brohn Centre in […]

10 Blisteringly marvellous things to say when Cancer or other life-changing diseases are in the mix

Following on from my last post regarding what not to say to someone with cancer (or any other life-changing disease) the obvious continuation is what to say, so here it is folks. And the first thing I have to recommend is that in many ways there is no recommendation, no formulaic 6-point plan or a […]

10 things not to say to someone battling and fighting their way through their journey with Cancer

Every so often I love Twitter; the art of trying to capture something smart and snappy in 140 characters. It’s not for everyone and not all tweets hit the sweet spot but many do. I love the conversational nature of it; the fact that you can make a statement or ask a question and in […]

5 Reasons You Need A Cwtch

Cwtch: A warm affectionate hug, cuddle or snuggle that gives a feeling of a safe place or home. So it’s definitely been a cwtch week this past week in our household. You know those times when everything happens at once and you’re not sure if you’re coming or going? That’s the one. It’s not all […]

I really enjoyed my first Threesome………

I knew that title would catch your eye and so I’m not going to immediately tell you all about it; whilst I’ve got you here I’m going to keep you here as any blogger worth their salt will tell you is the trick. A while ago I published a post about Switching Tribes which had […]

Dear Daddy, a letter from your newborn son

Well only one thing dominates this post- the birth of our first grandchild. New life. A positive pointer in the right direction. To celebrate his arrival and the evolving parent, grandparent and great-grandparenthood in progress I thought I’d repost a blog I wrote a little while ago. You’ll soon see why it’s so relevant. Welcome […]