Whenever someone mentions how great Disney’s Moana is, I get weirdly proud. I puff my chest out and hold my head up high taking credit as if I was involved in the movie’s development. The fact is, the movie has had a huge impact on my own personal development.
So, what do I a living human woman have in common with a fictional animated Disney character called Moana? Read More
“How can you say young girls don’t get it?" Harry said. "They’re our future. Our future doctors, lawyers, mothers, presidents, they kind of keep the world going”.
I’m 30-years-old and when I read Harry Styles’ comments my inner teenager started doing cartwheels. It’s no secret I’m a huge fan of boy bands. Read More
“You know how I love a good scientifically unproven bandwagon,” said my friend when I met her backstage after her theatre performance. “Well, this one is opening my heart to life.” Read More
Have you ever gone on a date and felt like you were interviewing the other person rather than having a conversation?
Or, have you ever tried talking to someone at a dinner party and felt like you were getting sucked into a social blackhole? Did you walk away feeling utterly exhausted and disappointed? Well, I have something that is about to change your life.
It’s called The Three Question Rule. Read More
When you’re a child you are told if you don’t feel safe you should find a grown up and ask them for help.
It’s great advice because children are inherently vulnerable and innocent and lacking in street skills. Their tiny fingers can’t be trusted with scissors so, it makes sense we want to protect them when they are out there in the big, bad world; and, who better to look after them then someone who is 4ft taller than them?
But, we get older and we become pretty proficient with the use of scissors and then all of a sudden WE are the grown up Read More
Last year, I ran out of milk.
I agree, it's a pretty innocuous event and one that hardly deserves to be written about. Let's be honest, it speaks more to my poor organisational skills then it does to being the catalyst of life changing events. However, my adulting genesis story began the morning I ran out of milk. Read More