In the aftermath of Brexit, I really have tried to keep anything too political off this blog – mainly venting through Twitter. However, I saw a video today. It was filmed in Manchester, which is the city closest to me and incidentally where I have spent quite a bit of time. This brought it home… Continue reading We’re five days post-Brexit and everything’s gone to pot.
If you’ve never watched Eurovision, or are one of our American friends from across the pond – this is going to sound absolutely mental. But I shall do my best to explain. Imagine, if you will, a Hunger-Games style ‘music contest’, where the countries of Europe offer up a tribute to compete against forty… Continue reading ‘Glitter and political shade’ – Eurovision 2016
I am surrounded by inspirational women. Coming from a family predominantly ran by a fierce team of kick-arse ladies, I’m honoured and lucky to have been cared for and taught by females who are smart, hard-working and beautiful. People who have faced all manner of trauma, heartbreak and bad-luck, but refuse to mope. Instead, they… Continue reading ‘I am woman, hear me roar.’ – International Women’s Day