Return to Work

Now, ‘Return to Work’ used to be an interview I did with each colleague after a period of absence, to make sure they were fit to return to work and that there were no underlying problems. If only my ‘Return to Work’ were so straightforward. I had NO IDEA how difficult it would be to return to […]

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Scared

Hey there. I’ve not posted anything forEVER, and this is an off-the-cuff thing.  Normally I write my posts, then edit them.  Leave them for a few hours or days, and then re-edit.  Tweaking.  And even then I still get typos, so goodness only knows how this one will turn out… So.  I seem to have […]

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What About ME?

I think I’m ready to go back to work…or at least do some kind of work. I never planned to be a SAHM, it’s just kind of how it went, and I’ve done it for 2 ½ years now. I think I’ve had enough. I’m a bit bored. I’m not really a Mumsy-Mum. I miss […]

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Can a Feminist be a SAHM?

Can a SAHM be a feminist? Yes. Are there feminists out there who think you can’t be a feminist and a SAHM? Yes. Let’s get this straight. Feminism is about promoting women’s rights to achieve equality. Equal pay. Equal opportunities. Equality. It is not about making women superior. A misconception which damages the feminist cause […]

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Finding my Groove

  I went through a bit of a weird patch after I had The Big Little Man. I really struggled to find my groove. Who was I? What did I like to do? A lot of that was to do with PND, but on the most shallow side of it, was what I was wearing. […]

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That Time I Got Discriminated Against

So, we know women get routinely discriminated against. Because they have no penis.   Obviously, that organ is also necessary to get paid more too. Because you can’t think properly unless you have a winky (though, arguably, winky’s have possibly been responsible for some of the worst thought-out ideas ever). I’ve gotten side-tracked already. I had […]

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My Food Journey

Food hasn’t been a love/hate relationship, nor a saga of an eating disorder, but for me, it’s quite important. I’ve always loved food. I remember returning home from friend’s houses as a child and telling Mum (on the doorstep as I was being dropped off) that I was still hungry, much to her mortification. I enjoy […]

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