Mafia Romances, Playlists and Jiggly Bits #LittleLoves

March 26, 2021

After the snowfalls in January and February this year I was looking forward to the brighter days of March. with some mild, blustery days it has felt as though Spring is finally here. With the clocks due to leap forward this weekend for the start of British Summer Time. It’s much easier to feel brighter about the day ahead when the weather is bright and beautiful.

Book Series, Snow and Boots #LittleLoves

February 26, 2021

I’ve been working so much this month that the days have blurred into each other. In some ways it feels like our week of snow was ages ago but in others, it happened just yesterday. It was lovely to enjoy some fun in the snow with the children, forgetting about all the worries and strains. Simply enjoying the moment and watching the snowflakes fall.

Nana Malone Books, Pyjamas and Birthdays #LittleLoves

November 27, 2020

As busy as November has been there have been lots of chances for celebrating life’s #littleloves. This year has been unlike anything we have experienced before, yet one, for the most part, we are stronger for. Whilst I wouldn’t wish the virus on anyone, the prolonged time together in lockdown as a family this year has been much needed.

Hiding away, Lockdown Parenting Fails and Half-term #LittleLoves

October 30, 2020

Having felt a little out of sorts month I have been indulging in some much-needed self-care. The opportunity to hide away from the pressures and strains of real-life and taking the time to read and relax when needed. Something I feel a pang of guilt about, however, I know that when I am feeling overwhelmed I need to step back instead of attempting to plough through and making myself feel even worse.

Book Series, Floor is Lava and Back To School #LittleLoves

September 25, 2020

September always feels like a month when I need to readjust several areas of my life. Between the children returning to school, taking a look at my work/life balance and starting planning for birthday and Christmas season. This year feels like a bigger adjustment after having the children home for six months and me looking to return to employment away from the home. I think I’m starting to get back into a routine, although I’m feeling somewhat exhausted

Sweet Home Montana, Louis Theroux and Robert Miles #LittleLoves

August 29, 2020

Despite already having had the children home during the lockdown since March. This month has been about switching off and reconnecting. With emails and notifications pushed to one side in favour of family adventures, reading and spending time together. In some ways, I’m fortunate in that the lockdown has put most of my work on hold – although it’s not great news in terms of finances.

What I’m Kindle Reading, Rockband and Rainbows #LittleLoves

June 26, 2020

I’ve felt somewhat out of sorts this month. Whilst the lockdown plays it’s part on my emotions, I think it’s more of overall exhaustion that has hit me this month. I’m tired of everything at the moment, from the everyday chores, family issues, financial worries and a feeling of just not being good enough. Things aren’t likely to change anytime soon so I just need to keep my head down and get on with it.

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