I appreciate all of you for following my blog over the years, and my attention moved to blogging mainly about Single Mums Business (lots of signposting for Single Dad groups) for the last couple of years, but all with the same undercurrent. All to raise awareness of inaction, and the cost to the economy, and our lives.
My tongue in cheek pic following Rishi's Proud Moment Pose! I was pretty furious after the Chancellor's Spring Statement last month, and it turns out I am not alone! I had a little rant, embedded below, but little did I realise how much news coverage this statement, and our leaders complete disconnection to what it … Continue reading The Chancellor, The Cost of Living Crisis, Benefits and Bias..
I have been around long enough to hear the negative dillect around refugees and asylum seekers, but I have also been around long enough to understand that we are all one; we have so much greed, so much luxury, so much indulgence, and so much suffering. And so for Refugee Week I ask you to ask yourself, who are really angry with?
There is no doubt, this event is worth the £60 price tag. Not only do delegates get access to 5 incredible speakers sharing years of combined experience and wisdom, they can choose to attend a number of workshops, from Yoga to Tantra and Bellydance, and they get to speak to a selection of handpicked incredible exhibitors, who are attending to provide a safe space for delegates to talk to them 1-1 throughout the day to learn more about the services they provide and how they can help them. Not only that, parking is free, and three rounds of coffee, tea, snacks, and buffet lunch are included! It is a deluxe day, designed not for profit, to simply serve love and light.
When I say I paid the price I want to be clear from the off, I do not and never have regretted choosing my daughter. Every cuddle, every tear, every moment. The priceless gift of looking after another life... but why do you have to pay the price financially when it would be so easy … Continue reading ‘Flexible Working isn’t an option.’ That’s what my employer confirmed during my maternity. I had to choose, my career or my daughter? I chose my daughter, and paid the price.
It was 2016. I was just in the process of completing my law degree but I wasn't feeling well. A visit to the Dr resulted in a string of tests that identified that my body wasn't producing enough platelets. What we had to figure out was why? Weeks felt like months as the Dr was … Continue reading Health scare inspired me to fight for work life in sync with school