Last week the world lost a shining light. A beacon to those who knew him. Sadly due to that family fallout discussed in the last blog- I did not know him well, if you can say I knew him at all. Our family was close during the 80's and a few years into the 90's… Continue reading Grief
I had a typical 90's childhood, so not much to complain about there... We took holidays and I spent my school holidays riding my bike around with my friends. However, as I have moved into adulthood I can see so many cracks and flaws which I am now trying to avoid with my own children... … Continue reading Unsupported.
So last Monday I dove head first into my new job at my old company. It was strange walking into a familar office with no familiar faces. (Although a few old peeps popped over to say hi later in the day) Let me tell you, the week was utterly exhausting. I actually had to set… Continue reading Full time work
I love nothing more then to put my rambling, jumbled mess of thoughts into words. It creates a space in my mind where I can safely stop for a moment and consider everything that I have since put down "on paper"... Going forward from now... Because YES! Congrats to me, I got the job. I… Continue reading The Great Unknown
When I had my children I had quite a good job in a corporate office. After my first I returned to my position full time before falling pregnant with my second and heading off on maternity leave again. Upon the end of my 12 months maternity leave I realised that I didn't particularly want to… Continue reading Job seaching, children and plans.