2020 you’ve been educational! Like that aunty at a party you don’t know if you’re going to get a slap or a hug, I’ve been dealt with both in what feels like equal measure.
Have you ever been so tired you start doing things that you’d be embarrassed if anyone saw?
These words have chimed in my direction a few times.
When people tell me they don’t make plans or set goals I have to do a double take.
Last week was mental health awareness week.
Living in a country where English is the secondary or even third language has its ups and downs.
I’m not great at following trends! I’d like to think I’m individual and try not to get swept away with fads and to be honest I’m about as ‘on trend’ as John McCririck or a stale Jaffa cake.
Now I’ve got your attention… did you think I actually had tips…does anyone?
1. Believe in yourself You need to be your own cheerleader.
I saw a post the other day that made me laugh…
I gave birth to my daughter not so long ago…and my life changed.
When I was 8 if you had asked me what I want to be when I grow up my answers were as colourful as my prized Care Bear lunch box…pilot, lawyer, doctor, painter, architect, ballerina, astronaut, UN leader, journalist, news reader, butcher, baker, candlestick maker…and I truly believed I could be any one of those on any given day, and perhaps moonlight in one I was less keen on in the evenings!