The beauty of writing things down lies in its cathartic capacities. The beauty of posting these things online lies in a) the advice you get, b) the support you receive and c) the subtle pressure of acting upon it. After I confessed last Thursday, I have read through your comments and emails (thank you!!) and […]
I have been feeling a little off recently. OK, whom am I kidding? I haven’t felt my normal self since the Pea was born more than eight months ago. Before you laugh at me – I don’t mean feeling like a spring chicken ready to play a round of beach volley before breakfast. Those days […]
I have been pondering new haircuts. Yah, I am deep like that.
Getting back on the workout track after having a baby can be difficult for many reasons: the English summer (makes me want to stuff my face with carbs!), a lack of workout clothes*, being too tired or just too little bothered. My favourite excuse is to have no childcare in place – nine hours of […]
I have confessed my love for Pinterest before, but since I am part of the Pinterest UK launch and the Pin It Forward campaign (woohoo!), I am going to fess up once again: I LOVE Pinterest.
The long-suffering reader might remember that some time ago, I wrote a novel. After typing the magical words The End under its last paragraph, I put it aside several times, edited, re-edited and re-re-edited a couple of times more, and finally submitted the manuscript to a handful of agents.
Having written a book and not having a publishing deal (yet?) has the potential to make you feel like the world’s biggest loser– especially when you catch a glimpse of yourself in the mirror and realise that you are dressed like a clown with unruly hair. So in case you started asking yourself where Lil’ […]
Last weekend, I have been off to Paris for a girlie weekend. The first Mum & Me get away for Lil’ L since her baby sister was born. And the first time apart from Petite Pea for me.
Yesterday, I had the pleasure to meet my blog friend Rosie Scribble (the one of Google+ fame) for lunch. A rather civilised affaire at the Covent Garden Hotel, with crisp white napkins, iced water in tall goblets and crunchy bread rolls that nestled neatly on small white plates to our lefts. I love blogging for […]
Baby fashionistas pay heed, Diane Von Furstenberg has teamed up with GapKids for the second time. Exclusively for girls, ranging from newborn to age 14, the GapKids + DVF Explorers Collection is now available from selected stores and online.