Tag: #catchup

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February – another new start?

That was a bit of a flop! I don’t know about you but January felt like I was running multiple marathons and spinning plates while someone was shooting at my feet for fun. I’m not going to lie, it was HARD. I set off into January with such good intentions, buoyed by the knowledge that my husband wasn’t going back to work until around … Read More February – another new start?

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January – out with the old…

…in with the_________________. I’ll leave you to fill in the blank. I hope you’ve all had a great festive season and are sufficiently overstuffed with mince pies, mulled wine and chocolates. It was pretty tame and quiet here in chilly Yorkshire. Normally the week leading up to Christmas, I embark on a great journey with my daughter in tow, heading down to the Midlands … Read More January – out with the old…

December – taking stock

Is it too early to say Merry Christmas? I know many people who were already fully decked out for the festive period by mid-november. I probably would have too if it wasn’t for late November birthdays. Instead I am only just in the midst of putting up the decorations —Why does it take a week to put them up and three hours to pull … Read More December – taking stock

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November – quick, write something!

Well that escalated quickly. We find ourselves about to enter another lockdown at midnight, though schools remain open this time (for now), and we are all sitting with baited breath at the outcome of the US election. I’m not into politics, and I have almost zero knowledge of the US voting system, but it’s like watching a horror movie that you can’t tear your … Read More November – quick, write something!

October – bring on the pumpkin spice!

Well that was an interesting September. On one hand I don’t think I reached a single one of my goals, but on the other I managed to fit in so many other things – my days were never boring! In fact, I managed to create a new trailer for Sorceress of Truth. What do you think? My creativity really suffered during the month and … Read More October – bring on the pumpkin spice!