Exploring the World of Femdom

Sponsored Post As with anything you haven’t experienced before, the world of BDSM and femdom in particular, is going to feel a bit taboo. I am the kind of person who really enjoys finding out about different approaches when it comes to relationships and kink, and I have put together this post to cover some of the key aspects that I have discovered along the way, for anybody who has...

How to Help a Loved One with Depression and Anxiety

I’ve spoken a lot about my own mental health over the past few years. I make no secret of the fact that I have both depression and anxiety, and I do sometimes struggle with these illnesses, as people do with a long term physical illness as well. For loved ones, it can be really challenging knowing how to act and what to do to help a person with depression and/or...

5 Things to Do at Home Whilst Isolating

With more and more people across the UK now being advised to self isolate, whether because they have symptoms themselves, a loved one does, or due to a school ‘bubble’ closing, I thought I’d put together a post with some ideas of things to do at home whilst isolating. These are activities you can do alone, or with others in your household, and hopefully will help pass some of that...

Benjamin Turns Four

Last weekend, my youngest child turned four years old and I’m not going to lie, it made me quite sad that he’s no longer my little baby. Benjamin has grown up so much over the past six months or so. He has taken everything in his stride, despite all the changes with lockdown, and since returning to nursery with new restrictions in place. His speech has come along so well,...

How to Embody a Parisian Woman

Written in collaboration with Emily Jones Everyone knows that Parisian girls are the standard of beauty and elegance. It is not about natural charm or expensive brands they may be wearing. They are like no one when it comes to creating their own utterly feminine look and combining style ideas, with their simple mannerisms that make them so beautiful in their own way. Some consider the French-woman style as this unachievable fantasy....

Adding to My A/W Wardrobe

Sponsored Post I mentioned previously that one of the things I love about autumn is the clothing. I just love the season’s style, as you move away from little dresses and playsuits to warmer outfits. My autumn/winter wardrobe needed a little update and Katch Me offered to send across a few of their new season pieces for me to try on for size. First up was a pair of leather...

Online Learning for Secondary School Pupils

Collaborative Post If lockdown, back in March this year, taught me anything as a parent, it was the importance of online learning. Working from home, alongside homeschooling my three children, there was no way I could have achieved it, if it hadn’t of been for online educational tools and apps. Satchel, one of the UK’s popular education learning platform, with apps covering homework, attendance, timetables and attendance, have now launched...

Making a House a Home

Sponsored Post Preparing to move is stressful, but it is also such an exciting time. As well as renovations, there is going to be plenty of general redecorating to look forward to, and one of the things I’m most excited about is making our new house into our home, after renting for almost four years. Add Artwork One of the easiest ways to add personality and character to a room,...