Keep Calm and Carry On….Seriously?!

What Is ‘Normal’ Now? I’m not sure anyone’s life has been ‘normal’ over the past week or so. Mine certainly hasn’t. Two weeks ago, after days of watching the news with increasing anxiety (and increasing obsessiveness) my husband and I decided to take our two Read More …

Awesome Women

Yesterday morning I went for a Breeze Bike Ride with some awesome women. I thought today, International Women’s Day, would be a good day to write about them. I am not sure that any of the women on that ride realise how awesome they are…or Read More …

All You Need is Love

Relationships are difficult. The closer those relationships are, the more difficult they can be. The relationship between a parent and child is (or should be) the closest relationship any of us will ever have. But it’s not always easy. It is a common ‘joke’ between Read More …

You Should Know That…

I had a confrontation with a taxi driver the other day. Those of you who regularly ride bikes may well think that this is nothing new. But it was.This was a confrontation that wasn’t a confrontation. I was cycling along a cycle route, back towards Read More …

My Child My Self

Babies don’t see any separation between themselves and their primary caregiver. They view mummy (or whoever their primary caregiver is) as a part of themselves. Research suggests that this phase ends at around seven months. More details here. Sometimes I wonder how this separation and Read More …

Strengths and Weaknesses

I have always been a ‘strong person’. I have always seen this as a positive quality. Recently I find myself questioning what this actually means. Am I really that strong? Is it really such a positive trait? Physically, I am definitely strong. I ride a Read More …