They say travelling is the best way to learn about the world. Mingling with different people and being exposed to their culture seems to be the most effective way to reflect on how different or the same we truly are, so the adage appears to be accurate. However, as much… View Post

When I started my career all those years ago as a slightly nervous graduate trainee we had a week long residential to introduce us to our new banking career.  As part of this we all undertook personality tests, the Myers Briggs test to be exact.  Whilst it analysed all types… View Post

I have a scar.  A scar I never wanted but a scar I have all the same.  My caesarean scar. Before I got pregnant I sat for hours watching One Born Every Minute to my husbands disgust, I planned my birth down to the after birth photographs.  And I didn’t envisage… View Post

My baby is turning two.  TWO!!!  My very last ever baby turns the grand old age of two this Easter Sunday.  And I can’t quite believe it.  We are hurtling out of the baby years at the speed of light and he is a walking, talking, demanding toddler. I’m so… View Post

“You are the bows from which your children as living arrows are sent forth” Kahlil Gibran This year I am taking part in Living Arrows, a weekly photography project taking photos of my boys week on week, last week was about our sick days, park life and school fairs..  This week… View Post