Echo Chambers

As we would stop along a wooded path to find our bearings, reorientate and ensure we were headed in our preferred direction. We should do the same in life, take time to evaluate where we are and whether we are listening to our own emotional and moral compass or being swept along by someone else’s sat nav.

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No more 'too'.
Empaths. Not so out of this world.
The Comparison Trap

Cursing the 20 mins of my life I would never get back, I admitted defeat, unplugged the curlers and went to remind my children for the 74th billionth time to brush their teeth. I had blindly led myself into the comparison trap.

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It's the most 'socially anxious' time of year...Ding Dong...

It means you are still stifling polite when ruddy-cheeked Martin from accounts makes his way over to you, brandishing a forlorn looking sprig of mistletoe. 'Um no thank you, Martin...'.  However were you more emotionally lubricated, you could probably find two far more effective words to use on Martin.  

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Mum Guilt. Why We Should Practice What We Preach.

We know the feeling well, so accustomed are we to it. It leaves un-drunk cups of tea, unshaved legs and unread books in its wake. The feeling that we must be all things to all people...but ourselves it seems.

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Victory Rolls & Brighton Buns

'So?' I asked the children, what did you think? 'I liked it.' said my eldest...'It takes longer but it isn't as boring as the supermarket.' 'Can I have some Brighton bun? ' asked my youngest.

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