Airlie Beach

The past few years have seen us spend our annual family holiday somewhere in Queensland. Last year was Port Douglas, the year before the Gold Coast, and this year was Airlie Beach. Yes, we love the warm weather and beaches up in Queensland that’s for sure! When planning a holiday I always do my research and ask for recommendations. I read blogs (just like this one) to find the best family friendly places to go and stay. So, after getting back from our holiday in Airlie Beach last week I thought I would do a little wrap up here in case you might decide you’d like to go there too!

Airlie Beach is on the mainland of Australia, about half way between the Sunshine Coast and Cairns and is the perfect base to explore the Whitsunday Islands. For us, it was 3 hour direct flight from Melbourne and a perfect 29-31 degrees and sunny every day.

Where we stayed

We stayed at the BIG 4 Adventure Whitsunday which is about a 3 minute drive from the Airlie Beach town centre and if you’re looking for a family friendly option I honestly can’t recommend this place enough. You could quite easily spend your whole holiday here and be happy not to leave the grounds; in fact we literally had to drag our son away anytime we wanted to go and explore!

We stayed in a cabin which was equipped with everything we needed including a full kitchen, loungeroom and spa bath. The park itself has so many things to do including a pool, brand new mega waterpark (with 13 slides), an animal farm, mini golf, basketball and volleyball courts, playground, go kart bikes and scooters and more. Every day there was a bunch of activities happening for the kids from scavenger hunts, arts and crafts, and outdoor movies.

What we did

Apart from spending a lot of time at the Big 4 we also had a few days out and about. At the very top of our list when planning this holiday was a trip to Hamilton Island. Cruise Whitsundays offers the perfect Hamilton Island Family Day package (along with endless other options to explore the Whitsunday Islands and Great Barrier Reef) which includes a return trip to the island aboard the Cruise Whitsunday vessel, entry to the wildlife park, fish n chip lunch, a game of ten pin bowling and limitless use of the island shuttle bus and pools.

I’m going to be honest and say I was a little anxious about doing the trip; worried I might get sea sick, but I needn’t have worried. The Cruise Whitsunday vessel is huge and the water was calm so I didn’t feel even a bump. We fell in love with Hamilton Island. Even though we had free access to the island shuttle bus (which takes you everywhere) we decided to treat ourselves and hire a golf buggy for the day; this is definitely the way best way to get around the island. Hamilton Island is just beautiful, the beach water is crystal clear and warm, and there is lots of things to do. The boys even gave the go kart track a go.

Apart from our day trip to Hamilton Island, we also took a drive to Cedar Creek Falls (about 20mins from Airlie Beach) for a swim. It’s a beautiful spot that is super easy to get to. We checked out the Airlie Beach foreshore market (held every Saturday morning) and the lagoon. Because of stingers, swimming at Airlie Beach isn’t recommend so they’ve created an awesome man made lagoon swimming pool on the foreshore that’s perfect for families.

At the end of day it was always back to the Big 4 for a swim and some fun on the waterslides.

Have you ever been to Airlie Beach? What did you think? Any must do’s to add to the list?

Disclaimer: We were provided with a special media discount rate with Cruise Whitsundays for the Hamilton Island Family Day. The review provided above is completely my own.







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What’s important

Oh hi there, how are you? It’s been a little quiet around here lately I know and I’m just here to tell you well, it’s not you, it’s me. You see, I woke up the other day and it was October….like seriously, October! That’s the 10th month of the year people, what the actual?! Time seems to be going at super warp speed lately and I have been so very busy. I know, I know, apparently it’s so not cool anymore to say that; to say you’re busy, but in actual fact it’s been true. Between working 4 days a week, then more hours at home in my other job, the little mans first year at school (and being there for every school event, swimming lesson, excursion etc he’s had so far) then you know just general life stuff (you don’t need me to tell you, I know, you’re busy too) my days have been full. Then before you know it, another year has almost gone by. So, it was time to stop and reassess, reprioritise and go back to my word for 2017 that I decided on at the start of this year.

So, what that has meant for me is this; I quit my side gig job as a social media manager. A hard choice but absolutely the right one for me and my family. I’ve been spending less time on social media. I’ve been blogging a lot less. I’ve been stopping to think about why I’m doing things rather than just doing them because I feel I should or have to because that’s what I’ve always done. I’ve been learning to say no. I’ve been trying to spend more time in the moment, being present; a thing I’ve kinda sucked at for some time. And through doing all that I’m learning, (or maybe remembering is a better word) what is really important. That’s not to say that this blog (and you, my awesome readers) aren’t important because it is; you are. But is it really important that I blog at least once a week, every week? No. Is the world going to stop turning if I don’t post something on social media every single day? No. But, it is still important to me to have a space to write, an outlet, to share and write about things that ARE important to me (and hopefully to you too). So that’s what I’ll be doing, writing when I want to because I have something I want to say not because I feel I should or have to.

So if it seems a little quiet around here, don’t worry, it just means that life is good and I’m busy enjoying it!

How are things with you? Can you actually believe it’s October or are you shaking your head in denial like me?



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Reading, Watching, Listening

Is it just me or do the years seem too be going by faster and faster? I can’t believe it’s already September, but I do have to say that I am looking forward to some warmer Spring weather! Here’s a little of what I’ve been reading, watching and listening to over the past couple of months of winter hibernation..


The Maze Runner by James Dashner: I’ve had this YA fantasy triology sitting on my shelf for a while now and finally got around to starting it. I devoured the first book within the week and the ending has of course left me hanging so I’ll need to get onto the second book soon! If you were a fan of the Hunger Games and Divergent series then you’ll love this one too!

Give me the child by Mel McGrath: I was sent a copy of this book to read and review and I’m really glad because it was probably not a book that I would’ve picked up myself but I actually really, really enjoyed it. It had me intrigued from the first few pages and then I was hooked and found it hard to put down until I finished it a few days later. If you like a bit of suspense you’ll love this one.

Beautiful Messy Love by Tess Woods: Chick lit, rom com, whatever you want to call it, I loved it! This was one of those books where the characters are so real you can totally imagine yourself being friends with them. The perfect spring/summer read.


Look me in the eye: When I saw the preview for this new Aussie show hosted by Ray Martin on SBS I just knew I was going to love it…and I do! The concept of the show is this; two people who are estranged from one another are invited to sit in an empty room and look at each other in the eye, without saying a single word, for five whole minutes. At the end of the five minutes they walk out of the room and can then choose to either go back in and talk to the other person or leave. Get the tissues ready people, this show is intense.

Doctor, Doctor: One of my favourite Aussie series and what’s even better is that my hubby likes it too! So it’s become a bit of a tradition that every Wednesday night we curl up on the couch and watch it together. I’m not ashamed to admit that I totally have the hots for Dr. Hugh…..whos dying for him and Penny to finally hook up?!

The Bachelorette: I didn’t watch The Bachelor but I am committing myself to The Bachelorette. It’s romantic, full of hot men and a little bit awkward…what’s not to love! Here’s hoping Sophie finally finds her one true love.

Listening to:

The Nitty Gritty Committee Podcast with Meshel Laurie. I love Meshel and she interviews a whole range of different, interesting subjects for this podcast, from JonBenet Ramseys dad to Kyle Sandilands and everything in between. She does it with genuine interest and excitement and a good dose of humour too.

Conversations with Richard Fidler Podcast: I don’t care if it makes me sound old, I love Richard Fidler; he does a great interview. Just today I listened to his interview with Benjamin Law on ‘how the safe schools program began an ideological firestorm’. I’ve read and heard a lot about this topic so was really interested to listen to someone who has done a lot of research into it.

How do you sleep at night? Podcast: Ok, so I haven’t actually had a chance to listen to this yet but it’s all downloaded and ready to go in my podcast app. Currently sitting at the top of the iTunes podcast chart the description grab my attention: ‘How Do You Sleep At Night? is a new podcast hosted by Hack’s Sarah McVeigh. It’s about people who live their lives in the face of judgement. You’ll meet characters including a big tobacco lobbyist and big game hunters, a killer and a stock market manipulator. The show explores the different moral codes we all live by. Because no one thinks they’re a bad person, right?’ Sounds interesting….

Whar have you been reading, watching and listening to lately? Got any good recommendations?






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My Favourite Books

Last week my social media was filled with pics of kids dressed up for book week. It really made me smile because I’m a total book lover from waaaay back, and so I love seeing children embrace their own love of reading. For some reason, my sons school is celebrating and having their book parade this week. He’s decided he wants to go as Batman. I consulted with my tribe on Facebook, and the consensus was that Batman is a character in comic books and they are a type of book so that is a ok. Phew, because we already have a batman cape and mask so that makes things super easy!

Anyways, I digress, back to my book loving ways. I thought I would celebrate book week here on my little blog too. Not by giving you some great book week costume ideas (there loads of other clever clogs handy with a sewing machine, unlike me, who have already shared their ideas) but instead I thought I would share with you some of my favourite books.

Now, asking me to choose my all time favourite book is like asking a mother to choose her favourite child….ok I only have one child so that’s pretty easy for me but choosing my favourite book? Not so much! So I’ve narrowed it down to the Top 10 from my bookshelf. Here goes:


Tomorrow, when the war began by John Marsden: No matter how old I get, this teen series will always hold a special place in my heart. My sister, Mum and I devoured these books when I was younger and I’ve reread the series several times since.

The Pact by Jodi Picoult: Jodi is one of my all time favourite authors and whilst this may not be my favourite, it was the very first book of hers that I read, so again, it holds a special place. I’ve since read all of Jodi’s books and always get very excited when I hear she’s releasing a new one.

The Lovely Bones by Alice Sebold: I read this book many years ago now but it has always stayed with me. I remember thinking at the time that it was haunting but in an almost beautiful way. I also remember being disappointed by the movie because of course the movie never quite lives up to your imagination does it?

The Time Travellers Wife by Audrey Niffenegger: Ah, the beautiful, albeit unconventional love story of Henry and Clare. Once you managed to wrap your head around the whole time traveler thing you really get swept away into this story.

The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo by Stieg Larson: This series took the world by storm when it came out and for good reason; it’s clever, twisted and captivating and quite different to anything I’ve ever read before.

Non- Fiction

On Writing by Stephen King: If you’re a writer, at whatever level, you need to read this book. You don’t have to be a Stephen King fan (I’ve never read any of his other books) to appreciate the fact that this is one smart guy who knows what he’s doing and has some great advice for navigating the world of writing.

Eat, Pray, Love by Elizabeth Gilbert: I think you’re either an ‘Eat, Pray, Love’ lover or hater and whilst I can certainly understand some of the criticism that has come out about this book (self indulgent much) I took if for what it was and enjoyed the journey. I’m a lover.

Big Magic by Elizabeth Gilbert:  Packed with loads of ‘a-ha’ moments, wisdom and guidance, this one if for all the creative souls out there! Love it.

Power Over Panic by Bronwyn Fox: When it comes to managing anxiety and panic attacks I’ve read a lot of books but this one if by far the most practical and helpful. I often pick it up for a reread whenever I feel that my anxiety is getting a little out of control.

What to expect when you’re expecting by Heidi Murkoff: No, I don’t have a special announcement to make but I did think it would be remise of me not to include this in my favourite books because this was practically my bible when I was pregnant. I’ve recommended it and lent my copy to many a pregnant friend. If you only buy one pregnancy/baby book, make it this one!

So there you have it, 10 of my favourite books. Did you find any in there you would agree with? What are some of your favourite books? Can you choose just one??





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I’m not sure that I ever really knew exactly how many children I wanted. I guess if you had’ve asked me when I was in my twenties (or even younger) I probably would’ve said two. Maybe because that’s what I knew, it’s what I grew up with; my sister and I. I don’t think I ever saw myself with more than that. But honestly, I never really had it all planned or mapped up; which is a little unusual for me because I’m such a planner, but when it came to kids I never had a set idea or number or even gender in mind. Boy or girl, one, two or more; I didn’t know and I honestly didn’t mind. Until I fell pregnant. For the entire duration of my pregnancy I was convinced I was having a boy. We never found out what we were having but when I pictured our baby, I always pictured it being a boy. And I was right. In August 2011 I gave birth to a beautiful baby boy and the very first moment I held him, I felt complete. I actually turned to my husband seconds after our son was put onto my chest and said “if ever I want to do this again, remind me of this very moment’. At the time it was more of a joke; after enduring 19.5 hours of labour and a painful forceps delivery I did not want to go through that again any time soon! But looking back, I think in the moment I knew, I didn’t want any more children….and it had nothing to do with the pain of labour at all. It was just a feeling of knowing I had; knowing that this was our family, this was exactly how it was meant to be. Just the three of us. And that feeling hasn’t changed.

Over the past five years my husband and I have been questioned countless times (like seriously, I’ve lost count) about our decision to only have one child. Friends, family, work colleagues and even complete strangers seem to take it upon themselves to lecture us in all the reasons why we simply must have more children. Our son will be lonely and spoilt we’ve been told, he needs a brother/sister they insist. Who will support him when you get older or die? But you’re such good parents…..And the list goes on and on. And I’ve found myself many times feeling the need to justify our decision (when really, I shouldn’t). I feel the need to explain to people just how much I actually do love being a Mum, how entirely besotted I am with our son; because for some reason people seem to equate not wanting any more children with thinking that means you don’t enjoy being a mum. That’s just simply not true.

Our son is now five years old and I’m finding that it is only now that people are finally starting to realise, and maybe even accept, that we won’t be having any more children. Last week, a good friend told me that she thinks our family of three is just perfect that way it is and honestly? It made me want to cry…tears of joy, because I felt like finally, someone gets its, someone sees what we see! We may not be perfect but we certainly are happy and that’s all that matters.

Families come in all shapes and sizes and I think that’s pretty awesome, because seriously how boring would life be if we were all the same? We are lucky that we get to live in a country where we have the freedom of choice; whether we want to have one child or five or none. We are not limited by the Government to only having one child due to over population and we are not having unwanted babies because affordable birth control isn’t readily available. And let’s not forget those who actually don’t have the choice, who cannot conceive and would do anything to have just one baby. We are blessed. For the vast majority of us we do have the choice and we should respect it; simple as that.

Rant over, ha!

Tell me about your family. How many children do you have (if any)? Do you want more? Or if you’ve finished having kids, when and how did you know you were done?




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Book Update

A few people have asked me recently how my book is going so I thought I’d give you all a little update. It’s going…slowly. In terms of the actual book draft I’ve written just shy of 5,000 words but there has been a lot more writing, planning and plotting going on behind the scenes thank that. You see I’d spent so long procrastinating and having this idea for a book but not actually doing anything with it…and then I kept seeing all these memes and reading books and advice that said ‘just make a start’. So I did, I started. I tried to just start writing but I quickly realised that’s not the approach for me. I’m a planner. In every other part of my life I’m a planner; I make lists and research and organise things; so why would my approach to writing a book by any different? It shouldn’t be. So I’ve had to take a little step back, do a bit of planning, write some character profiles, do some plot planning…it’s a lot of work and I’ll be honest and say that a few times I’ve found myself a little lost but I’m not giving up. Instead, I think I’d like to try taking some classes or workshops to learn more and find some guidance. So if anyone has any recommendations for some good courses I’d love to hear them.

Writing a book is hard. Of course it is, or more people would do it. And I’m trying to find the balance; between staying motivated and not feeling pressured; because at the end of the day I’m doing it because I want to, not because I have to. So whilst it is hard work, it should also be fun.

Any writers out there with any advice, resources or tips on where to from here, I’d love to hear from you!




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Reading, Watching, Listening.


13 Reasons: I’ve debated for a while about watching this but intrigue finally got the better me. There’s been much conversation and debate about this show that’s based on the story of a teenager who commits suicide. I’ve decided to watch it so that I can make up my own mind. I’m five episodes into the thirteen episodes so I’ll let you know what I think when I get to the end…I hear that the final episode is especially confronting. Have you watched?

This is us: Who’s hooked? I am. This show had me right from that brilliant twist in the very first episode. I feel like it’s all building to something, and of course we all want to know how Jack died (I still can’t believe he’s going to die). Any theories?


Small Great Things: Last month I finally found the time to sit down and read ‘Small Great Things’ by Jodi Picoult. Jodi is one of my all time favourite authors so I always have high hopes whenever she releases a new book. Jodi is renowed for always have some kind of big twist towards the ending and I have to say that was probably my only real disappointment in this book. For me, the ‘big twist’ lacked the usual punch and shock factor, maybe even seemed a little too neat, with everything tied up in a neat little bow at the end. But, having said that, I still thoroughly enjoyed the book and it held me captive right the way through.

Work Strife Balance: I’m going to be brutally honest and say I’ve never been a big fan of Mia Freedman (she seems to be the woman that other woman love to hate) but I didn’t really know why exactly. I don’t think I’ve ever actually even read anything on Mamamia before (not that I can remember anyway) but I do love her podcast No Filter; though I think that’s more about the subjects she interviews than Mia herself. Anyway, I decided I didn’t really know enough about Mia to judge so I picked up this book, a little intrigued to find out more. And you know what? I actually really, really enjoyed the book. There were funny bits and touching bits and even some uncomfortable bits. There were bits I couldn’t relate to and bits I couldn’t. But overall, I enjoyed it and I definitely feel like I know Mia a lot better now (as much as a total stranger can!) At the end of the day, she just another woman, another mum, trying to do the best she can, stuffing up a lot along the way; something which she openly admits. Have you read Mia’s book?


The Well: One of my favourite podcasts is finally back after a long break! I’ve talked about The Well here before; Rebecca Sparrow and Robin Bailey talk all things motherhood, friendship and life. And they’re back with a bang with the “when life pulls the rug out from under you” episode. Get on it people.

S- Town: Oh man, I could devote an entire blog post to this podcast (and I might just do that one day). Just seven episodes long I binged listened to the whole thing in a week. And then I couldn’t stop thinking about it. So I recommended it to a friend who I knew would enjoy it as much as I did so I had someone to talk to about it. If you haven’t listened to S-Town it’s hard to explain in too much detail without giving anything away. I can say this; it is quite unlike anything I’ve ever come across before. As my friend so perfectly put it in a late night text message after he’d finished listening “clocks, mercury and gold. A story about nothing and everything”. The story begins with a man contacting a journalist, Brian Reed (the creator and narrator of the podcast) informing him there had been a murder in his small town that had been covered up and asked him to investigate. In the end, that’s not really story at all….and that’s all I’m going to say. A little like Sarah Koenig’s commentary in Serial, you find yourself mesmerised by Brian’s voice and left wanting to hear more. Lucky for me I will be as my friend and I scored tickets to this event in Melbourne next month where we’ll get to hear Brian talk.

So, what have you been reading, watching and listening to lately?

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So yes, I’m writing a book…

Have you ever heard the one that goes a little something like this:

There once was a man who used to pray to God every night that he would win tattslotto. He would get down on his knees, look up at the sky and beg God, please God please, let me win tattslotto. And then one night God answered. His big voice boomed down a reply from the heavens above and do you know what he said? Help me out here man, buy a ticket. Ha!

I’ve realised recently that I’ve had exactly the same attitude towards becoming writing a book. For as long as I can remember I’ve wanted to write a book and have that book published. But you see, to make that happen, I would first actually have to write a book. Seems obvious right? Well yes, it is, yet it’s something that I have yet to do, or even give a go really. I mean there was that one (rather feeble) attempt last year for NaNoWriMo but apart from that, my book has been nothing more than an idea, a dream, for many, many years.

So last week, I decided I’ve had enough of waiting, enough of the excuses (enough of praying to God if you will) it was finally time to take action and write the damn book. I announced it on social media; not because I wanted people to pat me on the back, say well done or offer any type of congratulations (though I did get that, which was lovely). No, I actually posted it for accountability. Because I know now that I’ve put it out there people might just ask me from time to time ‘hey, how’s that book of yours going?’ and I want to be able to give an answer that doesn’t entail me looking down at my feet, shrugging and offering some lame excuse as to why I have done anything about it.

Anyone who has read Big Magic by Elizabeth Gilbert would know of her theory about creative ideas having a life of their own. The concept being that ideas find their way and attach themselves to people and if you don’t do anything with those ideas they will move on to someone else. She provides a (quite amazing) story about this great idea for a book she once had that she began to research but then gave up on and never wrote. Years later, another author wrote that book. The exact same story she had planned to write. The concept of the book was very specific, very unique and Liz had never shared the idea; there was no way this other writer could’ve have ‘stolen’ or copied the idea. The thought of that happening to me and my book idea actually scares the crap out of me (wouldn’t I just kick myself if that happened) and has been the final motivation I needed to get started.

So yes, I’m writing a book and it turns out it’s nothing like the book I have always thought I might write. It’s a young adult (YA) fantasy/sci fi…I don’t even really read sci fi, it’s never particularly been my thing, yet there it is. I think I’ve tried for many ideas to ‘come up’ with an idea for a great book and it’s always felt a bit forced. But this one? Well it’s just like Elizabeth Gilbert says; it seems to have a life of its own and has just come to me, out of nowhere and it just keeps coming, shifting and shaping…and I’m excited to see where it takes me.

So yes, I’m writing a book.

What have you been up to lately? Ever attempted to write a book? Ever wanted to?

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Less than perfect

So, as most of you would know, our little man started school this year and with that, I’ve been thrown into a whole new world (of course he has too, but let’s focus on me for a minute, it is my blog after all ha!) I’ve had to learn all about readers and golden words and assemblies and canteen ordering….and the list goes on. It appears school has changed a lot since I was there!

Anyway, I digress, what I really wanted to talk about today was a certain certificate that the lil man was recently awarded at school. ‘Perfect attendance for Term 1’ it read. He was also given a little badge to wear on his chest along with all the other kids in school that managed to show up to school each and every day of term one. Normally I’d be super proud of any award my son wins, but this one just doesn’t quite sit right with me. I get it’s intention, I get that many schools are struggling with poor attendance and some children have parents that just don’t seem to understand the importance of regular school attendance. But what about all those other kids? Those kids that maybe had a day or two off because they were genuinely sick? I feel as though they’re kinda being punished for that; they’re being told they’re less than perfect. Sure, they’re not coping the strap or anything drastic like that but I’ll bet they felt left out when the other kids their class got an award and they didn’t. It’s like saying they did something wrong just by being sick.

I don’t think my son really got it; he was rapt he got an award sure, but I’m not sure he fully understood what it was for. But he’ll eventually get to the age that he will and I hope that he doesn’t feel any pressure to go to school when he’s not feeling well just because he’ll miss out on a certificate (because I’m pretty sure there will be some kids out there who would do just that). And it’s not even just about sickness; what about holidays? Yes, kids get school holidays but not all parents do (case in point- my hubby and I). The reality is, we probably will choose to take our son on a holiday away from school holiday times because it’s ridiculously more expensive! Yep, I totally get school is important but I also think life experience and travel is just as important.

So, an award for perfect attendance…hmm, I’m just not sure about this one. I don’t know what the answer is and how we can encourage those families whose lack of school attendance is negatively effecting their kids, I just think it’s a more complex issue….or maybe I’m just over thinking the whole damn thing, who knows! I would really love to hear your thoughts on this one.


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I’m OK

“I get worried when I don’t see you writing” That’s what my beautiful friend said to me last week. It’s been a few months since I last wrote here. It wasn’t planned, I didn’t ‘decide’ to take a break, it just happened. Life. I’ve been busy. With going back to work, the little man starting school, adjusting to new routines and getting back into the groove of old ones..it’s been busy.

Of course we all know that busyness is most often just an excuse. Because if something really means that much you will always make time for it. So the truth is, I just haven’t really felt like writing; ok that’s kind of a lie, I have felt like writing, just not here. I’ve written countless blog posts in my head; only to realise that I can’t really share them here. Why? Because some things just shouldn’t and don’t need to be shared here. And I didn’t want to be one of those people who is all cryptic and elusive and says things like ‘oh there’s so much going on but I just can’t tell you any of it’ because that’s just annoying right? And so I’ve chosen to not write anything at all… at least not here anyway. Because the real truth is I have been writing. I wrote a post that I felt I really needed to write and then gave it to a friend to read; she’ll probably be the only one who every reads it. And I’ve been writing little snippets of a book, two books in fact, on the notes in my phone whilst I sit beside my sons bed as he drifts off to sleep each night. I write everyday in my job; both of my jobs. And I wrote a letter to my son on his first day of school; because I want to remember it and I want him to remember it when he gets older but I don’t need to share that with the whole world; because that’s his story and I’ve always tried to be respectful of him and the older he gets, the more aware of it I become.

And so, perhaps if I’m honest, I’m struggling a little bit with what this space is now and what it will be. I’ve taken the pressure of myself to write here once a week, every week and I have to say that’s been a bit of a relief; there was no one holding me to that except myself. The pressure is off. But that’s not to say I don’t still want or need this space. My writing has always come in ebbs and flows, a little like my reading. Sometimes I will read every day, at every chance I can get, devouring several books in as many weeks. And then sometimes I can go for months, with a stack of books on my bedside table that haven’t been opened or even touched. It comes and goes and I’ve learnt that’s ok. Just like I’ve learnt that it’s ok if I don’t blog every week or if the bed doesn’t get made everyday or if we have takeaway on a weeknight…that’s just the reality of working mum life and that’s ok. It’s just where I’m at right now and I’m going with it, no pressure ‘to do’ and trying my best to remember my word for this year, ‘be’.
So yeah, I’m busy ‘being’ and for now that’s ok… Im ok. I hope you’re doing ok too.

’til next time….

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