Denial, anger, bargaining, depression and acceptance are the five common stages of grief. However, how fast or slowly you move from a stage to another doesn’t depend on your individual situation or temperament. It depends on the regrets your keep about the relationship with your lost one. If you feel…

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A movie of your life. Can you imagine? I have been, as recently I was tagged in this awesome Movie Based On Your Life Tag by Sarah over at Whimsical Mumblings. I thought at first that this was going to be really difficult, but actually, when I got into it, I…

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There’s no escaping from the fact that I’ve had a testing few weeks. I’ve touched on it here, on Wednesday Wisdom. I’ve discussed the stress, the tiredness and everything in between and I hardly dare say it, but I do believe we’re coming out of the other side of this…

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It’s half term already. How is that even possible? Parents everywhere are looking for things to do and places to go so I thought it the perfect time to share with you my latest ‘Places To Go In Stratford on Avon and The Cotswolds‘. Today we went to the British…

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“I love you more”. It’s a phrase that’s been an ongoing giggle between me and my better half. We’ve said it since the very early days. I’ve never really thought about it in any other way other than what it sounds like. “I love you more!” Like it’s a competition.…

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When you hit thirty, you start to notice changes to your body. You start to see wrinkles develop and gravity to complete it’s rather cruel job. Other mums will know what I’m talking about here. It’s your first steps towards middle age, and it’s often not a pretty sight. But…

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