How to find me-time as a self-employed mum

I’ll start off by apologising. I have no idea where I heard what I’m about to quote, but I won’t take the credit for it. So, apologies, unknown-but-more-than-likely-stranger-on-the-Internet. In my last post I wrote about how fitting work into my life currently means trading my precious evenings for hours at my laptop. Goodbye Netflix, hello … Continue reading How to find me-time as a self-employed mum

Don’t cry, don’t hate. Read this and be better than them. 

​At 5.30am today I checked Twitter. Nobody was being very coherent, but I remember one tweet: “When are they going to just declare it for him?” HIM? Oh no, this isn't right. My half asleep state failed to navigate the facts at that time, and I convinced myself to get some more sleep. I slept, … Continue reading Don’t cry, don’t hate. Read this and be better than them. 

The art of the nothing day

Last week a chest infection meant we had to skip our usual week of baby groups and I wondered how quickly someone can go mad if they don't leave the house with a baby. (Answer: surprisingly fast.) A week at home was too much, but after throwing ourselves back into sensory groups, music, dance and … Continue reading The art of the nothing day