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Decade Done, 2019 Fun

It's the last day of 2019, so I thought I would share a few highlights of the decade and think about some of the blessings that this year has brought! Also, there will be some changes to this blog in 2020 - praying through the details at the moment! The blog has changed a lot… Continue reading Decade Done, 2019 Fun

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An Interview with Lucy Rycroft – Author of ‘Redeeming Advent’, blogger at Desertmum & GIVEAWAY!

I'm very excited to interview author and blogger Lucy Rycroft as part of her blog tour celebrating the release of her brand new Advent devotional 'Redeeming Advent'. I've been reading Lucy's blog 'Desertmum' for a while now and it's really wonderful to have this talented writer on my blog! If you would like a chance to… Continue reading An Interview with Lucy Rycroft – Author of ‘Redeeming Advent’, blogger at Desertmum & GIVEAWAY!

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Emma Watson’s Anxiety Rings True In Churches Too

Actress Emma Watson has shared in an interview with Vogue that she felt 'stressed and anxious' as her 30th birthday looms in April. Her reasons are reasons that I have personally felt and know others, both Christians and non-Christians, have also experienced. She shared: “If you have not built a home, if you do not… Continue reading Emma Watson’s Anxiety Rings True In Churches Too

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What Real Success Looks Like

Success started in the classroom. When I came home from school with certificates, it felt good. Throughout school I wanted to do well and was ready to take on whatever challenge I could academically. This desire to achieve continued through university where I graduated with a First Class honours degree. It felt like I could… Continue reading What Real Success Looks Like

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An interview with Lirika Davis – cultures, communication and Christ

I am so overjoyed that Lirika Davis has joined me on the blog this week. We first met through the Stilettos Conference in Plymouth and I was captivated by her words of encouragement and love for Christ. Lirika is a wonderful friend, a great speaker and a gifted writer and I hope that today's post… Continue reading An interview with Lirika Davis – cultures, communication and Christ

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Blogumentary #2 – Where My Head Is At

It's two days until due date. I took a nap on the sofa this afternoon. It turns out going to the loo several times a night and walking to Aldi to get some shopping is enough to make my body stop. I manage to do chores but all I want to do right now is… Continue reading Blogumentary #2 – Where My Head Is At

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The Vulnerable Me

It's 2016. The first post of the year. Where to begin? Truth be told, I don't know where to begin. I find that when I don't know where to begin, I should go back to the start. Blogging started back in 2011 when I wanted to tell my friends and wider readers about my experience… Continue reading The Vulnerable Me

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Marriage: In Sickness and In Health

Two days after surgery, I am uncomfortable, tired and I feel weak. It is rather frustrating and I think 'Wow, you sound so silly and self-involved.' I mean, this is not the biggest, scariest surgery in the world. I am a pro at this operation recovery malarkey now. But I have to admit it. I… Continue reading Marriage: In Sickness and In Health