Sunday afternoons are pretty boring aren't they? Cleaning the house, washing clothes, cooking dinner, and then the dreaded Sunday night feeling that inevitably hits around 7pm. This one however was anything but boring. It was spent in a club in the heart of Birmingham filled with children all dancing their little legs off to some … Continue reading Sunday Afternoon Raving at Big Fish Little Fish
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I went to the Parklife festival in Manchester a few weeks back and while I had an absolute blast dancing around in the mud to some amazing music, I was also struck by the amount of kids completely off their face on some type of Class A drug. I say kids, they were clearly all … Continue reading Raving, drugs and the mid 30’s mother
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I have mostly got my anxiety under control these days, but there are certain situations where it comes rushing back to temporarily take over my brain. Planning a night out with friends is one of these situations. A night out is very rare these days. Mostly because the nature of my business means that I … Continue reading Stages of anxiety when going out for the night
Warning: contains triggers This week (1st - 7th May) is the UK's first Maternal Mental Health Awareness Week, and is being led by the Perinatal Mental Health Partnership. You can read all about it here. This is such a great initiative, I honestly don't know one single mum who hasn't experienced some kind of change in … Continue reading Maternal Mental Health Week and My Post Natal Anxiety
On Saturday I took Molly to a very British tea party at our local mosque. It was held to counteract the vile English Defence League march that was being held in Birmingham city centre that day. It was organised by the Birmingham Central Mosque and the West Midlands Crime Commissioner, and all were welcome. When … Continue reading A Tea Party at the Mosque and a Viral post