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Real Life: It’s a Peloton-ic!

It was during the quarantine that I was concerned with the impending 2nd wave of Covid19, and potential lockdowns, during the inclement, dark winter months, the likelihood of me turning into Jabba the Hut was nigh on inevitable.

Real Life: Homeschooling can do one!

WARNING! This blog is very sweary. Don’t read it if you don’t like swearing. This blog is dedicated to all the parents who hate homeschooling and all the parents who are feeling incarcerated by enforced domesticity. I’ve heard that commissioning …

Real Life: Can all the virtue signallers please calm down!

The Covid19 pandemic has dramatically changed the world we live in. It represents to many a complete feeling of lack of control of everything and everyone. Of course, one of the strangest advantages of having supported Hagar’s military career for …

Real Life: CoronaGeddon – How are you coping?

This crisis isn’t the worst crisis I have encountered in my life. I was already in isolation from some of my family. I had already lost many of my friends. I have already faced financial ruin.

#WomenProtectYourIncome The Real Cost of Female Selflessness

 The Real Cost of Female Selflessness   Working women, especially mothers, are busy people spinning many plates at once – professional work, domestic work at home, child care and perhaps also caring for elderly parents.  If one of these financially critical plates …

Writer: Sneak Preview of My Next Book ‘Looking For Mr Rabbit’

The publishing world of words can feel like a sausage machine. Writers quietly steel themselves away and pen tomes, reveal them to the world, readers devour them or ignore them unaware of the years of toil that has been invested …

Real Life: Back To Afghanistan In 2017

“It’s been awhile since Hagar’s been deployed on ops, and as I prepare for it’s coming I think back to the challenges we have previously faced.” I wrote this on May 25th 2010 in my blog post Hagar’s Fantasy Family. …

Real life: Macnaughty’s Manifesto – Vote For Me

I am devastated by the Referendum. It consumes me. I am ranting on Facebook, but like any bad drug, it’s not helping and instead, making the despair worse. I am getting stuck into conversations with people who are impolite and …

Real Life: Back in Business

The life of a freelancer is peaks and troughs and despite living in The Shire for around 5 years it has taken me a long time to find my footing amongst the local business community. I think partly because I …

Real Life: Shocked To Discover My Parent Blog In The Hands of Convicted Pedophile

Two weeks ago my blog went offline. I called the guy who was looking after my hosting and I didn’t hear back from him. I had noticed that he was no longer on Facebook but didn’t think much about it …

Real Life: Tips For Supporting Your Kids During Military Away Time

A life connected to the military means a lot of time away for the serving partner. This is just the reality of life and to be honest I am used to it. Jules over at The Giggles Family has put …

Parenting: Didn’t Breastfeed? Broccoli Is The Ultimate Maternal Compensator

Did you not breastfeed your baby? According to new cock womble research, breastfed babies are more likely to turn into well-educated and higer-earning adults according to a long-term study in Brazil. ” Our study provides the first evidence that prolonged …

Real Life: Self Discovery?

Do you know who are you? Are you on a journey of self discovery?   I am preparing to immerse myself in an edit. Sarah Westcott from the Addendum Agency has come back to me with notes on how to …

Real Life: Strong women love ’em or hate ’em?

Writing this blog today feels like an indulgent luxury. I have been so f*cking busy that I haven’t had time to blog in that just chewing the fat, this is what is going down in my hood kinda way. Finally, I …

6 Important Steps To Take After Suffering From Medical Malpractice

Just like anywhere else around the world, the UK has had its fair share of medical malpractice lawsuits, with the average injury compensation amounting to 50,000 GBP. From 2019 to 2020, the NHS recorded about 11,700 cases of negligence brought before them by aggrieved patients. Here are some helpful tips if you are ever a victim of medical malpractice.

‘Too Old’ To Start A Sport? Not With These Tips!

We all get older and start to feel pains in places we didn’t realise could, and it might put us off exerting ourselves with physical activities. owever, being active and exercising is important at any age, and you don’t have to be a pro or in your greenest years to start a new sport. Here are 3 things to bear in mind when starting a new sport!

Awesome Gifts For Your Kids’ Next Birthday

The first idea that we are going to give you is something to read. Not all kids love to read, it’s true so if you know that your kid doesn’t like books, then this might not be the way to go. But, if you know that yours does enjoy a good book, then it’s worth giving it a go. It’s not as though you can really go wrong with kids books, at the very least they are going to get to practice their reading skills.

Healthy Food Options For Autistic Children

Raising a child with autism can be a huge challenge. Those who suffer from autism will struggle with their cognitive development and learning can be a difficult spot for them to overcome. 

Ask Not What You Owe Society; Ask What Society Owes You

o living in a culture that promotes the society over the individual. Despite all the talk of individualism being rampant in the West, most people live remarkably collectivist lives. They organize themselves around their families, and they accept the idea that each person owes society a debt of gratitude.