Accepting That I Can’t Do Everything
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Accepting That I Can’t Do Everything

I want to do everything. All the time. I want to be good at everything, I want to have at least tried to have a go at everything and I get sad when I realise that I just can’t do everything. It’s physically impossible. It’s a realisation that has taken me a long time to come to terms with and although I know that it’s inevitable that there will still be moments when I want to say yes to things I don’t have the time for I feel good about starting the new year with a renewed sense of focus. 

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Hosting a Very Festive Bloggers Brunch with HEMA

Hosting a Very Festive Bloggers Brunch with HEMA

One of the best things about the festive season is undoubtedly the chance to eat, drink and be merry with loved ones. I get so excited in the lead up to Christmas, not because of the big day itself but because December means a chance for everyone to come together and make time for each other. It also means Quality Street and Bailey’s for breakfast and let me tell you, I am all about that life. Last weekend I hosted a very festive brunch for a group of fabulous, funny, inspiring women with a table dressed head to toe in beautiful pieces by the Dutch lifestyle and interiors brand, HEMA.

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Can We Please Stop Pretending to be Busy All the Time?
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Can We Please Stop Pretending to be Busy All the Time?

There is a crisis affecting our generation, and it is has to stop. No, it’s not the property market or the fact we spend all our money on avocados and Meal Deals, though I do wish I could solve the former by foregoing the latter. We have become obsessed with being busy. We moan about it, brag about it, feel guilty when we aren’t it and seem to generally feel the need to live our lives at a million miles an hour, fuelled by a Starbucks Venti Pumpkin Spice Coconut Milk Latte and a to-do list so long that it rivals the Great Wall.

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