Well. The world feels a little different to the last time we chatted doesn’t it?
Maybe you’ve had your roots done (Hallelujah). Maybe you’ve had a flipping freezing garden catch-up with your mates (Brrr). Maybe you’ve had your first alcoholic beverage in a sunny beer garden (Epic). Maybe you’ve felt like life was half-way normal for the first time since last summer (can I get a brass band to start playing please?).It’s been a long hard winter and hopefully this week marks a fresh start with lots more fun on the agenda.
While you’ve all been enjoying yourselves in your local beer garden, I’ve been beavering away filling the site with lots of new content. There’s a little bit of everything… ways to beat the dreaded brain fog, tips on sharpening up your interior design knowledge, the best fitness podcasts to get you motivated and moving and a lovely updated ‘It’s Not All Bad’ section filled with ordinary people who are doing extraordinary things for others.
Finally, when I set up this site last year I was determined to fill it with Good Reads from some fantastic writers. True accounts of hope, positivity and triumph over adversity. This week one of my favourite writers Victoria Evans, tells us her beautiful story about life after the loss of her baby son Jack. And not just survival, but a truly happy, meaningful life. I hope it touches you as much as it did me.
P.S – In the next couple of weeks I’ll start telling you about all the fabulous prizes I’ve got lined up for our Cash for Kids giveaway. Cash for Kids supports children and young people affected by poverty, abuse, neglect, illness or additional needs. If you run a business and would like to donate a prize then please get in touch. I would love to hear from you!