New Year, New You – with a twist!

  New Year is a funny time.  If you have come out of a relationship and you are on your own for the first time you may feel vulnerable and anxious.  If you have not come out of a relationship but still feel a bit “yuck” about New Year here are some handy tips. So, […]

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I was saddened to read recently of Davina McCall’s split from her husband Mathew Robertson.  She recently posted on Instagram and according to the media her face showed signs of tears.  I truly feel for her and I know how she must feel this first Christmas.  I have many friends who have experienced their first […]

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Christmas Cheer

At this time of year, it is easy to get caught wrapped up in the excitement of it all – the buzz, the children, the music etc.  Oh, not forgetting the parties and the chance to dress up. I do however, know that for some people Christmas conjures up very different memories and in fact, […]

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Destination Happy 2018!

In October of 2015 I opened a shop in Highcliffe, Dorset.  The shop was set up to help support the high street, to encourage more foot-fall and to create a community hub, full of laughter and events. As it happened, the shop did not have the footfall to be sustainable and I sadly had to […]

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So What Is It That I Do?

Over the last few weeks I have been networking (lots) trying to figure out the best way to describe what I do.  Help?  Girl Friday/PA? Declutter/tidy/systems/dog walk/watch the children/errand runs etc. The truth is, the core of what I do and why I do it, is to help people who need emotional and practical support […]

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The ‘M’ Word

MENOPAUSE  – with a capital M! First off, I kept hearing lots of negative things about the menopause so I immediately ignored everything I heard and everything read. I don’t need to know another person’s experience, I just needed to know what my experience was going to be. I had horrible period pains throughout my […]

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