With time being so precious these days (and non-existent it seems!) and now having one of the kids in school so having to work round term times, we are considering UK family holidays more than ever before. We’re lucky to be located in a fantastic part of the UK, with so many beautiful places within an hour or two’s drive and we’re trying to explore as many as we can, whenever we can.
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It’s never too early to be thinking about Christmas is it? This year, we have a full house, joining us from all over the globe and the bit I’m most excited about, is having us all sat around one table, eating, drinking, chatting and laughing. So naturally, my head goes straight to thoughts of “what tableware and cutlery will I use?” and “how will I style our dining table?”. And of course, I’ve let my imagination run wild and have spent a little too much time on Pinterest (there’s worse things aren’t there?), which has resulted in me creating a festive mood board of the perfect no-holds-barred luxury Christmas dining setting…
I can’t believe I’m 8 episodes into my new podcast! Eek! In this latest podcast episode, I’m focussing on our mental wellbeing online and the danger of social media comparison.
Ever hit a significant milestone and felt crap about not being where you thought you’d be by now? Are you in your thirties and thought you’d be further along in your career? Perhaps you’ve been scrolling through insta looking at how amazing everyone else is and feeling like everyone else is “smashing it”? We’ve all been there, me included. Social media comparison can be so detrimental to our mental health.