Farewell Andrew Sachs

I was sad to hear this week that Andrew Sachs had passed away. This news particularly struck a chord with me for a couple of reasons. Firstly the day I heard this news I had just spent all day at a conference as part of my nursing degree about Dementia

It’s ok not to be ok

Featured image by Monika Traikov, taken from www.for-example.org

 

This week I celebrated the birthday of a good friend. Someone I met through bake-a-boo and was always my go-to person for both DIY jobs I needed in the shop and giggles on a rainy day.

He became my brother on Mill Lane.

Until 2013.

….When he took

Identifying as a #girlboss

Throughout my bake-a-boo journey, I never saw myself as ‘an entrepreneur’, not ever. But I guess you could say I had an idea, a dream, a passion. I had something I really wanted to do all the time and share with other people. I took that by the horns and

Thought for the day

Change is hard, I’m not good with change, but so much change is hitting me all at once saying goodbye and saying hello! I’m welcoming the new adventures and the transformation that is coming my way in the next few months. I hope you’ll share it with me xx

And so the ship sails….

 

This picture was me five years ago at my book launch. I remember this day like it was yesterday and can’t believe five years have passed by, but I also look at this picture and I know what a different person I am now and that I have changed mentally,

Happy (belated) Birthday boo x

I’m a bit late in posting this, which upsets me a bit, because I had such a lovely time that I wanted to share! But the hectic world of bake-a-boo has just consumed me! Anyway……

Two weeks ago, I celebrated my 30th Birthday

The big 3-0 can be a bit daunting, but