I Had Anorexia And I Am Terrified My Daughter Will Inherit The Disorder

I cringe when I hear other parents complain about their "little fatties" and how their children will just "gobble everything up". Lucky you, I think. I hope they retain that same reckless enjoyment when it comes to food forever. As for my three-year-old... well, we like to joke that she has the diet of a…

Stop Everything, Get In The Car And Drive

Isn't it amazing how just one or two days spent out of the city can feel like you've had a long and relaxing break? Just being out where the roads are wider and emptier, and where the only things kissing the clouds are trees - not skyscrapers. Happy Birthday ... Now Get Out I was…

Yes, There Is A Right Way To Breathe

Urgh. I can't believe I'm actually writing this, truly. Heck, I have even joked about all those "you've been doing this wrong your whole life" articles saying that soon, very soon, we will learn that we've been breathing wrong the entire time: https://twitter.com/tashlee/status/1148876958861680640 But guess what? There is actually an art to it. I'm not…

If You’re Not Already On The Right Path, The Universe Will Force Your Hand

Life is funny in the way that sometimes it forces you down a path you were always meant to be on. Sometimes you can be in a job, or a relationship, or a business deal, and just have this nagging feeling in your gut that it isn't right. But still you persist. You persist because…

Meet The Mum Who Quit Her Day Job To Become A Tarot Reader

I first met Lauren when we studied literature together at university. We were both undergrads at the time which meant two things; we knew everything and nothing at all. There was always something special about Lauren. She was the kind of person you just liked being near. There was something calming and reassuring about her…

Ten Things I’ve Learned Since Becoming A Mum Two Years Ago

And just like that she's two. Over the weekend we celebrated my daughter's second birthday. It was an event filled with a myriad of emotions. Elation, joy, relief, excitement and stress. She was two. TWO! We had made it, well... kind of. For the past two years my husband and I have managed to nurture…