I’m not sure how I have become so disorganised of late but I feel as if I no longer run to a schedule. It’s far more ‘go with the flow’ than ‘go go go’ and I’m not sure whether I prefer it as such. Either way, I’m learning to prioritise tasks, by which I mean that I am learning to live a little ‘last minute’ by focusing upon the here and now.
I guess working almost full time has changed my outlook upon life; I no longer see housework as such a huge issue, until the weekend that is when I seem to go cleaning crazy.…
I guess it doesn’t matter where in the World you happen to be so long as you’re healthy and happy right? Wrong! Location is often what matters most when it comes to your work life, love life, holiday time or home life for that matter.
Theres a lot to be said for location, whichever continent, country or county you may be based within are each different in terms of scenery, weather, population, amenities, opportunities, currency, finance and a whole host of other quantifiable qualities.
I myself was born and brought up in a rural location based within the North West of England.…
Today marked the end of an era as I worked my final shift behind the bar pulling pints for the punters. I’ve spent the majority of my life working in that pub and whilst I’ll certainly be back as a customer, my days of being a barmaid are well and truly over.
I’ve got to know some fantastic people in the pub over the years that I’ve worked there, all of which I’ll miss seeing but will do my best to stay in touch with.
Having finished my final shift, I then sat myself at the bar along with my friends and folks to celebrate by sharing a few drinks before heading home.…
It’s so unlike me to be away from the blog for so long, I cannot express how busy I have been over the past week, I simply haven’t had the time to do anything other than work, chores and to take care of the kids. Other than a thirty-minute window in which I chose to chill out with some tunes whilst mixing at my decks, I’ve literally not stopped.
Don’t get me wrong, I’m loving life at present and am very much enjoying my new role and the challenges which it presents, but due to the fact that my time is limited blogging has taken a back seat for the time being.…
Who knew juggling two jobs, two kids, housework and blogging could be so hard? I for one never expected to feel this exhausted but never the less I’ve at least made it through my first week as a Teaching Assistant with flying colours. My parenting skills on the other hand have been questionable at times especially so this morning when it became apparent that J had somehow managed to dress himself in his sisters t-shirt which was four sizes too small and looked much-like a crop top.
I wasn’t sure whether to laugh or to cry as I stood in the classroom looking at my son dressed in his undersized top which also happened to have two rather large stains around the collar.…