There’s some of you reading this questioning how on earth that could possibly be the case, some might not have ever found January a challenge, but I do. I wrote recently about how loving Christmas makes going back to ‘real life’ in January even tougher. For me it’s tough because there’s such a stark contrast, it’s like living two lives. I get the full 2 weeks off at Christmas and travel several hours away to spend the whole time at my parents. I don’t have to do any work and I have no responsibilities. There’s freezers and cupboards fully stocked
I love Christmas. You may have noticed from the abundance of Christmas themed posts over here. But it makes trying to go back to ‘real life’ after Christmas a major challenge for me. I spend the majority of my two week holiday at my parents. Despite being 26, they still treat me as a mix of a teenager and house guest, which for the most part actually works well (although irritating at times I can assure you!). It means that I get to stop being an ‘adult’ in many ways. I don’t have to think about paying for things or
Wondering what to do this Christmas time? Looking for something unique or full of festive spirit? Christmas is hands down my favourite time of year. I like to make the most of it by doing as many Christmassy things as possible to get me into the festive mood! Here are some suggestions for things to do and see this year: Christmas shows Over the last 5 years or so I have gone to see a show at Christmas time. For a lot of people this is a pantomime, but I tend to go for theatre productions. My all time favourite
A quick list of the first 20 things I could think of (in no particular order) that make being single great! It’s highly specific to me and I’d love to know what yours are- please add them in the comments!