A life update! And incredible advice I’ve taken lately

It’s been well over a month since I’ve posted and I feel like I’m returning home after a long holiday! My destination: writer’s block with a (not so quick) stop-over in ‘just plain lazy’ land. My poor, poor unnurtured blog! But you know what it’s like. Life is busy. Anyway, hi!!!!!!! How are you? A quick life catch up…our family grows…

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What I’m reading, watching & listening to #1

Welcome to the first of a new series of posts sharing good books, great music and movie musts! We’re all so busy, we simply don’t have time to waste 2 hours on a crap Netflix gamble or 2 days trying to get lost in a book that just isn’t doing it! Life’s too short. Time is precious. Recommendations are important! Here are mine……

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When you’re feeling anxious or overwhelmed, remember this…

I posted on the Positively Siân Facebook page last week that I’ve been really struggling to write blog posts. It’s been a really stressful couple of months for us and the past 2 weeks, I’ve felt like I might buckle under it all. How on Earth am I supposed to write a positivity blog when I’m feeling the furthest thing from positive? Last Tuesday we got back from an incredible…

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My month in photos – February

It’s beyond mad that this month’s photos start with snow and end in the most glorious sunshine! What a bizarre month it’s been weather-wise here in the UK! Whilst wonderful and warm, it is worrying. I can’t help but fear the meaning of this premature taste of Summer…but hey, lets not start this post with global warming worries. Instead, let’s drink to forget our troubles and start with mulled wine!…

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Things to do in London: Late nights at The Natural History Museum

On the last Friday of every month, something magical happens at The Natural History Museum. The sun goes down, the bar opens and the exhibits come alive in the dimly lit rooms. Figuratively, of course. Imagine the great hall draped in a blanket of quiet whilst you wander amongst the displays, wine (or in my case, cider) in hand. If your usual experience of museums = battling to get to…

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