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The (un)bearable endlessness of things

July 11, 2021

When I was a child there used to be a house further down our road that was always in the process of…

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There’s always something

May 15, 2021

This morning I had to sort out an issue with my credit card. No big deal, easily resolved in the end, but…

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Don’t jinx it!

April 11, 2021

For years I was on quite a profound level convinced that if I visualised, or even thought about something I wanted in…

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Soda bread, energy and time. Musings on a Saturday morning.

March 27, 2021

It literally takes me less than five minutes to knock up a soda bread dough. This morning I had the bread ready…

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To batch cook or not to batch cook

March 15, 2021

I talk about cooking so much that I figured the topic might as well get its own blog post. I’ve always loved…

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Valuing joy

March 6, 2021

Last week, I was putting together a presentation and trying to find the right images and designs for it. Visuals are important…

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Finding balance: helping women avoid burn-out.

February 19, 2021

So many messages from women this morning telling me how this piece has resonated with them. The mums who are getting no…

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Managing it all. Or not.

January 10, 2021

As 2021 kicked off with the realisation that we were heading for another round of school closures, I kept seeing how women…

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A tale of three Thursdays (and a Monday)

September 24, 2020

It was a Thursday afternoon in March when I heard the news about the schools closing as I was driving back home…

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Lessons in a time of uncertainty

September 24, 2020

By all accounts this could have been a normal Thursday. My children came home from school, we did a bit of homework…