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My Top 3 Professional Goals for 2020

I wanted to write something inspirational and motivational today. This is our first day back at school after the Christmas holidays, and for many people it is also the first day back at work. I know a few people who … Continue reading

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Happy New Year!

We made it! Today we welcome in a brand-new year and a brand-new decade. The past ten years have been busy, as I got married, had two children, began my professional writing career, published several novels, suffered bereavements, and worked … Continue reading

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Trapped in the Housewife Hole

I feel trapped. When I had my first child, I made the decision not to return to work after taking maternity leave. The job I left wasn’t a career. I simply worked part-time as a retail assistant (in a high-street … Continue reading

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Working from Home

I have been a professional freelancer for about five or six years. It came about slowly while I had babies and needed to be at home with them. When I got my novels published, and had some short stories accepted … Continue reading

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5 Perfect Beer Pairings to Compliment Your Dinner

Courtesy of Gousto If you’re partial to a tipple at dinnertime, you’ll know the lip-smacking satisfaction that comes with pairing a delicious meal with the perfect beer. But with so many tasty dinner ideas to choose from (both on and … Continue reading

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Back to School!

We are back to school this week, hooray! It has been a long, relaxing and very nice summer holiday, but now we are looking forward to the new school term, the change of season, and all that comes with it. … Continue reading

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Time to be Me

Today I can be me. Today I can step away from Mother and Wife, and I can be Catherine. Who is she? Who am I? A woman. A writer. A wife and mother. Someone who is still trying to find … Continue reading

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My Spiritual Journey and the #AtoZChallenge

It is almost time for the April #AtoZChallenge, and this is the first time in about 4 years that I won’t be actively participating. I decided to scale back some of my online activity and try to work smarter, because … Continue reading

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Get Back Behind that Sink and Nurture Your Children!

I have just listened to the BBC 5 Live radio phone-in regarding the issue around taking your children into work. This has been raised after Scottish MP Kirsty Blackman took her children to a Westminster committee hearing, apparently unable to … Continue reading

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Combining Motherhood and Marketing is Hard Work!

Phew, it has been a crazy week! I have not had time to do much work on the computer in terms of networking and writing, because I have been distracted with a grumpy newborn and a demanding toddler. Even though … Continue reading

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